A Newsweek study of health, education, economy, and politics ranks the globe’s top nations. Tanzania, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa made the top 100 best countries to live, in the World. Other African countries include Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Senegal, Uganda, Yemen,Madagascar and Zambia.
“With such a huge range of nations in the world, the question of whether there is a best place to live seems both simple and elusive. With that idea in mind, NEWSWEEK offers this list of best countries. Given that there are so many ways to measure achievement, we chose the five we felt were most important—health, economic dynamism (the openness of a country’s economy and the breadth of its corporate sector), education, political environment, and quality of life. And because it’s easier to improve quality of life if you’re tiny and rich like, for example, Finland, the list also accounts for income and size with rankings by subcategories. Like all lists, this one is not perfect, but it offers surprising and fascinating answers and plenty of insight into which country is healthiest, why Scandinavian nations always come out on top, and why the title of best country has more than one winner. “
Excerpt from Newsweek