The 2010 Legatum prosperity Index ranking puts Ethiopia in bottom of the five countries in the world. Even thou the Ethiopian government claims a fast economic growth and democracy Ethiopia listed 107th from 110 countries. The index ranked countries in order of their Economic growth, Education, Personal freedom, Social capital, Entrepreneurship & Opportunity, Safety & security, Health and Governance.
- Despite high levels of growth, Ethiopians are pessimistic about their economic future.
- Ethiopia’s weak communications infrastructure inhibits entrepreneurship and there is little innovation.
- A lack of democratic accountability plagues the Ethiopian political system.
- Ethiopia’s education system is poor at all levels and its population is deeply dissatisfied.
- Ethiopia has one of the world’s unhealthiest populations, but few people report health problems.
- Ethiopia’s national security faces major challenges.
- Ethiopia is one of the least free countries in the world, but its citizens are remarkably tolerant.
- Despite high levels of religious attendance, other social networks in Ethiopia are relatively weak.
According to the ranking the top rated 5 countries
5. New Zealand
And the last bottom 5 countries are
108 Central African Republic