5 African Countries With The Best Quality Of Life

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What are the African countries with the best quality of life? One most recent research has answered this question, presenting 5 African countries that performed best on the quality of life index scores.

As Business Insider Africa reported, the quality of life index measures living conditions within countries, using quantifiable yardsticks such as the purchasing power of the people and the quality of accessible healthcare. At 136.02, South Africa has the highest quality of life index score in Africa. Numbeo, a global provider of perceived consumer prices and other statistics, has conducted the research.

See below the list of five African nations with the best quality of life, according to Numbeo.

South Africa

Cape Town, South Africa just after sunset, taken from top of Table Mountain.
Cape Town, South Africa just after sunset, taken from top of Table Mountain.

Purchasing power index: 78.36.

Healthcare index:  63.97

Cost of Living index: 42.09.

Property price to income ratio: 3.07

Tunisia

Afrika, Nordafrika, Tunesien, Tunis Der Place de la Victoire mit dem Porte de France vor der Medina in der Altstadt der Tunesischen Hauptstadt Tunis. | Canva
Afrika, Nordafrika, Tunesien, Tunis Der Place de la Victoire mit dem Porte de France vor der Medina in der Altstadt der Tunesischen Hauptstadt Tunis. | Canva

Quality of life index: 114.56.

Purchasing power index: 27.83

Healthcare index: 56.54.

Cost of living index: 27.87,

Property price to income ratio: 11.75

Morocco

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Quality of life index: 107.54.

Purchasing power index: 34.36

Healthcare index: 46.69.

Cost of living index: 33.83

Kenya

Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Sanctuary Tambarare
Kenya, Laikipia, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Sanctuary Tambarare

Quality of life index: 92.54.

Purchasing power index: 32.18,

Healthcare index:  63.40.

Cost of living index: 33.92

Property price to income ratio:  24.24

Egypt

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Quality of life index: 89.87.

Purchasing power index: 21.54,

Healthcare index: 47.01

Cost of living index: 29.52.

Property price to income ratio: 12.04