When considering human development, some may expect to see Ghana, Nigeria or Kenya rank high, but none of them are considered among the top 10 countries in Africa.
Ghana ranks No. 14 on the U.N. list of African countries, Kenya 16th and Nigeria is No. 24 in Africa and 157th globally.
The Human Development Index is a ranking released each year by the U.N. to determine the extent of human development across the globe.
Indicators including life expectancy, per capita income, and education are used to rank 189 countries.
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Countries that rank higher on this index generally have a higher level of education, longer lifespans and a higher gross national income per Click here to read entire article