Most people prefer to live in a developed country, because we all know that they are less corrupt, more fair and have a better level of life in general, right?
Well, perhaps not entirely so. Many countries in the “developing” exceed in many respects to that of the developed countries. Do you want to know what and in what? Here you have them!
10 developing Countries with unexpected advantages
1 – Kazakhstan
Despite being an oil state ex-soviet ruled by dictators, Kazakhstan has also been ranked as one of the ten countries most egalitarian of the Earth, sharing posts with Germany, Austria, Sweden and Norway.
In fact, it is currently one of the most desirable locations of Central Asia to live.
2 – Mali
Each year, the World Organization of Intellectual Property, publishes the index of the effectiveness of the innovation, which measures the intellectual potential that you get for every dollar that you invest in each nation. And it turns out that the country that is the head is Mali.
It is a curious fact because it is one of the poorest countries of the Earth.
3 – Costa Rica
In the World Happiness Report of 2013, the Network Solutions for the Sustainable Development of the United Nations called both Costa Rica and Panama as two of the happiest nations in the world. Only the nordic countries, Canada, Australia, and Israel was ranked best, forming the first 11. Costa Rica was ranked 12.
4 – south Africa
Despite the fact that their economy is booming, south Africa probably still is far from being a developed country in certain aspects. However, it is one of the countries less homophobic institutionally of the Earth.
The International Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex gave the country a grade of “Green” for his attitude toward the collective LGBTI. Apart from legalizing gay marriage, the government has allowed the adoption, and has put in place strict laws to tackle hate crimes homophobic.
5 – Uruguay
According to Transparency International, the country is one of the least corrupt of America.
In its annual ranking 2013 of nations in perceptions of corruption, Uruguay was named the nineteenth country, the more transparent of the Earth. The only country in North America, South and Central america, with a range highest was Canada, at number 9.
6 – Nicaragua
The World Economic Forum publishes annually a set of international rankings that measures exactly the equality between the sexes. Its aim is to highlight the countries in which the women feel better. The first few posts tend to be dominated by nordic countries in europe, but among them are a couple of surprises: the Philippines and Nicaragua.
7 – Georgia
Georgia is a small former soviet in the Caucasus region, where poverty, terrorism and the violent invasions of the Russian part of the daily life. However, surprisingly, its citizens are the most safe do you feel in the world.
8 – Ecuador
According to the UN, Ecuador is one of the countries with the least rate of drug abuse. The United Nations has generated a few maps where you can appreciate the type of drug for that inclines each of the countries. However, Ecuador does not show a significant consumption of any kind of them.
9 – Libya
Torn apart by a brutal civil war, and still partially under the control of militias, there is an area in which, according to analysts from Bloomberg, Libya outperforms all the other 10 nations of the world: the efficiency of its health system.
They measured the cost of healthcare per citizen and the quality of the care received. In other words, that in a matter of the best service based on the cost of health insurance, Libya is difficult to overcome.
10 – Azerbaijan
This country ruled by a corrupt dictator that abuses human rights are anything but rare, can boast of having one of the best literacy rates in the world.
99.8% of the adult population can read and write, a number that far exceeds the convenience of the united States, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan and almost any other country on the planet.