The most common indicator of poverty is the per capita purchasing ability (PPP dollar) expressed as the average annual income / expenses. According to the UN, the world's poorest countries Somalia, where one person per year on average 400 dollars income. International Monetary Fund in Somalia for purchasing power parity, according to estimated revenue does not publish, because it is impossible to calculate the number of statistics in Somalia.
Fund accounted for by revenue, The poor Central African Republic, where the average annual income per person 712 PPP dollars. After being Burundi 733 PPP dollars.
It should be noted, the poorest countries, only a dozen African countries include, where about 215 million people live. The Democratic Republic of the Congo Country mravalmosakhliani 89 million.
Table: World 10 the poorest countries in per capita income, 2018 Year
|Central African Republic|
|Democratic Republic of Congo|
Source: International Monetary Fund