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Sub-Saharan Africa Compared by Economy > Aid > % of gross capital formation

DEFINITION: Aid includes both official development assistance (ODA) and official aid. Ratios are computed using values in U.S. dollars converted at official exchange rates.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Burundi 378.18% 2005
2 Somalia 345.7% 1990
3 Liberia 270.91% 2005
4 Sierra Leone 191.6% 2005
5 Malawi 191.12% 2005
6 Eritrea 182.18% 2005
7 Democratic Republic of the Congo 181.25% 2005
8 Guinea-Bissau 179.97% 2005
9 Sao Tome and Principe 119.49% 2005
10 Rwanda 119.45% 2005
11 Cape Verde 96.1% 2003
12 Mozambique 95.21% 2005
13 Madagascar 82.45% 2005
14 Niger 81.82% 2005
15 Zimbabwe 78.57% 2005
16 Comoros 70.03% 2005
17 Ethiopia 65.98% 2005
18 Tanzania 65.76% 2005
19 Uganda 64.84% 2005
20 Burkina Faso 61.84% 2005
21 Mali 57.51% 2005
22 The Gambia 50.43% 2005
23 Zambia 50.35% 2005
24 Guinea 46.14% 2005
25 Djibouti 45.64% 2005
26 Benin 41.56% 2005
27 Chad 39.84% 2005
28 Central African Republic 38.54% 2002
29 Ghana 36.02% 2005
30 Senegal 35.81% 2005
31 Nigeria 31.19% 2005
32 Sudan 28.5% 2005
33 Kenya 24.42% 2005
34 Mauritania 23.13% 2005
35 Togo 22.37% 2005
36 Seychelles 21.25% 2005
37 Angola 17.87% 2005
38 Lesotho 11.66% 2005
39 Cameroon 11.58% 2005
40 Swaziland 9.13% 2005
41 Namibia 7.9% 2005
42 Cote d'Ivoire 6.79% 2005
43 Equatorial Guinea 5.28% 1998
44 Gabon 3.26% 2005
=45 Mauritius 2.18% 2005
=45 Botswana 2.18% 2005
47 South Africa 1.6% 2005

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > Aid > % of gross capital formation. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Development Indicators database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Sub--Saharan-Africa/Economy/Aid/%-of-gross-capital-formation

Sub-Saharan Africa Compared by Economy > Aid > % of gross capital formation

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