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    Default Los 10 paises mas subdesarrollados del mundo

    Ojo y atención no hago el thread con intención de trollear... Solo quiero demostrar la situacion grave y delicada que sufre a esos países y si quieren explorar y compartir puntos del porque??




    BURUNDI

    The Twa, Hutu and Tutsi peoples have lived in Burundi for at least five hundred years and, for over two hundred years, Burundi was ruled as a kingdom. At the beginning of the twentieth century, however, Germany and Belgium occupied the region and Burundi and Rwanda became a European colony known as Ruanda-Urundi. Social differences between the Tutsi and Hutu have since contributed to political unrest in the region, leading to civil war in the middle of the twentieth century. Presently, Burundi is governed as a presidential representative democratic republic.

    Burundi is one of the five poorest countries in the world. It has one of the lowest per capita GDPs of any nation in the world. The country has suffered from warfare, corruption, poor access to education and the effects of HIV/AIDS. Burundi is densely populated and experiences substantial emigration. According to a 2012 DHL Global Connectedness Index, Burundi is the least globalised of 140 surveyed countries

    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 142
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 50.9
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 91.2
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 43.8
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 11.3
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 67.2
    Años de educación promedio (años) 2.7
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 544



    GUINEA


    Guinea's economy is largely dependent on agriculture and mineral production. It is the world's second largest producer of bauxite, and has rich deposits of diamonds and gold.

    The issue of human rights in the country remains controversial. In its 2012 Freedom in the World report, Freedom House named the country "partly free" for the second year in a row, an improvement over its former status as one of the least free countries in Africa. The United States Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, which produces annual human rights reports on the country, claims the most pressing human rights issues are the use of torture by security forces, and abuse of women and children through such acts as female genital mutilation.

    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 130
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 54.5
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 65.2
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 34.3
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 8.8
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 41.0
    Años de educación promedio (años): 1.6
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 941



    REPÚBLICA CENTRO-AFRICANA


    Despite its significant mineral and other resources, such as uranium reserves in Bakouma, crude oil, gold, diamonds, lumber and hydropower,as well as arable land, the Central African Republic is one of the poorest countries in the world and is among the ten poorest countries in Africa. The Human Development Index for the Central African Republic is 0.343, which puts the country at 179th out of those 187 countries with data.

    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 159
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años):49.1
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 53.1
    Años esperados de instrucción (años):6.8
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 56.0
    Años de educación promedio (años): 3.5
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 722




    ERITREA

    The Kingdom of Aksum, covering much of modern-day Eritrea and northern Ethiopia, rose somewhere around the first or second centuries[7][8] and adopted Christianity shortly after its formation.[9] In medieval times much of Eritrea fell under the Medri Bahri Kingdom, with a smaller region being part of the Hamasien Republic. The creation of modern day Eritrea is a result of the incorporation of independent Kingdoms and various vassal states of the Ethiopian empire and the Ottoman Empire, eventually resulting in the formation of Italian Eritrea. In 1947 Eritrea became part of a federation with Ethiopia, the Federation of Ethiopia and Eritrea. Subsequent annexation by Ethiopia led to the Eritrean War of Independence, ending with Eritrean independence in 1991.

    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 61
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 62.0
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 93.8
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 31.0
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 4.6
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 67.8
    Años de educación promedio (años): 3.4
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 531




    MALI

    Mali consists of eight regions and its borders on the north reach deep into the middle of the Sahara, while the country's southern part, where the majority of inhabitants live, features the Niger and Sénégal rivers. The country's economic structure centers on agriculture and fishing. Some of Mali's prominent natural resources include gold, being the third largest producer of gold in the African continent, and salt. About half the population lives below the international poverty line of US$1.25 a day.

    In January 2012, an armed conflict broke out in northern Mali, which Tuareg rebels took control by April and declared the secession of a new state, Azawad. The conflict was complicated by a military coup that took place in March[12] and later fighting between Tuareg and Islamist rebels. In response to Islamist territorial gains, the French military launched Opération Serval in January 2013.[13] A month later, Malian and French forces recaptured most of the north. Presidential elections have been scheduled for 7 July and legislative elections for 21 July.

    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 178
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 51.9
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 50.0
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 24.5
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 7.5
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 31.1
    Años de educación promedio (años): 2.0
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 853




    BURKINA FASO

    Between 14,000 and 5000 BC, Burkina Faso was populated by hunter-gatherers in the country's northwestern region. Farm settlements appeared between 3600 and 2600 BC.What is now central Burkina Faso was principally composed of Mossi kingdoms. These Mossi Kingdoms became a French protectorate in 1896. After gaining independence from France in 1960, the country underwent many governmental changes until arriving at its current form, a semi-presidential republic. The president is Blaise Compaoré.

    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 176
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 55.9
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 85.7
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 36.4
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 6.9
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 28.7
    Años de educación promedio (años): 1.3
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 1,202




    CHAD

    Since 2003, the Darfur crisis in Sudan has spilt over the border and destabilised the nation, with hundreds of thousands of Sudanese refugees living in and around camps in eastern Chad.

    Chad remains plagued by political violence and recurrent attempted coups d'état (see Battle of N'Djamena (2006) and Battle of N'Djamena (2008)). Chad is one of the poorest and most corrupt countries in the world; most inhabitants live in poverty as subsistence herders and farmers. Since 2003, crude oil has become the country's primary source of export earnings, superseding the traditional cotton industry. Chad is considered a failed state by the Fund for Peace.


    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 173
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 49.9
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 45.3
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 76.7
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 7.4
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 34.5
    Años de educación promedio (años): 1.5
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 1,258




    MOZAMBIQUE

    Mozambique is endowed with rich and extensive natural resources. The country's economy is based largely on agriculture, but with industry, mainly food and beverages, chemical manufacturing, aluminium and petroleum production, is growing. The country's tourism sector is also growing. South Africa is Mozambique's main trading partner and source of foreign direct investment. Portugal, Brazil, Spain and Belgium are also among the country's most important economic partners. Since 2001, Mozambique's annual average GDP growth has been among the world's highest. However, the country ranks among the lowest in GDP per capita, human development, measures of inequality, and average life expectancy.

    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 135
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 50.7
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 75.9
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 64.6
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 9.2
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 56.1
    Años de educación promedio (años): 1.2
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 906




    NÍGER

    Niger is a developing country, and is consistently one of the lowest-ranked in the United Nations' Human Development Index (HDI); it was ranked 186th of 186 countries for 2012. Much of the non-desert portions of the country are threatened by periodic drought and desertification. The economy is concentrated around subsistence and some export agriculture clustered in the more fertile south, and the export of raw materials, especially uranium ore. Niger remains handicapped by its landlocked position, desert terrain, poor education and poverty of its people, lack of infrastructure, poor health care, and environmental degradation.

    Nigerien society reflects a diversity drawn from the long independent histories of its several ethnic groups and regions and their relatively short period living in a single state. Historically, what is now Niger has been on the fringes of several large states. Since independence, Nigeriens have lived under five constitutions and three periods of military rule. Following a military coup in 2010, Niger has become a democratic, multi-party state. A majority live in rural areas, and have little access to advanced education.


    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 143
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 55.1
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 96.4
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 30.7
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 4.9
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 28.7
    Años de educación promedio (años): 1.4
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 701




    REPÚBLICA DEMOCRÁTICA DEL CONGO

    The Second Congo War, beginning in 1998, devastated the country and is sometimes referred to as the "African world war" because it involved nine African nations and twenty armed groups. Despite the signing of peace accords in 2003, fighting continued in the east of the country in 2007. There, the prevalence of rape and other sexual violence is described as the worst in the world. The war is the world's deadliest conflict since the Chinese Civil War, killing 5.4 million people since 1998. More than 90% were not killed in combat. They died from diseases that were both preventable and treatable (malaria, diarrhea, pneumonia and malnutrition) aggravated by displaced populations living in unsanitary and over-crowded conditions that lacked access to shelter, water, food and medicine. Forty seven percent of those deaths were children under five. Until today the ongoing conflicts exacerbate the exhaustion of the country's great agricultural potential. This is one reason for a high mortality rate and prevalence of malnutrition.

    Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de cinco años (por cada 1.000 nacidos vivos): 170
    Esperanza de vida al nacer. (años): 48.7
    Maestros de primaria capacitados (%): 91.7
    Tasa de abandono de la enseñanza primaria (% of primary school cohort): 45.2
    Años esperados de instrucción (años): 8.5
    Tasas de alfabetización de adultos (% de 15 años y mayor): 66.8
    Años de educación promedio (años): 3.5
    Ingreso nacional bruto (INB) per cápita (Constant 2005 international $): 319


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    no lo tomo, (en mi caso como trolleo) es triste la situación de estos países, yo me quejo de mi país,la corrupción es terrible,pero aun así comparando números estamos lejos, hasta ahora siguen esquilmando los recursos de estos países por potencias extranjeras... Mucho se mojan con Europa en el foro,pero es bueno ver otros países,continente y saber algo más
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    Quote Originally Posted by castelli View Post
    no lo tomo, (en mi caso como trolleo) es triste la situación de estos países, yo me quejo de mi país,la corrupción es terrible,pero aun así comparando números estamos lejos, hasta ahora siguen esquilmando los recursos de estos países por potencias extranjeras... Mucho se mojan con europa en el foro,pero es bueno ver otros países,continente y saber algo más
    de eso se trata no todo tiene que ser latam... Lamentablemente los 10 son africanos
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    vine a ver fotos y sentirme menos jodido.
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    ¿Cómo será Niger?

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