Estonia (17th) is the most prosperous country in Eastern Europe, ranking in the top 25 for all but one pillar. It has seen particular improvement in its Living Conditions over the past decade, with 88% now able to live on their household income, up from just 59% in 2011.Read More
South Sudan is 167th in the overall Prosperity Index rankings. Since 2011, South Sudan has moved down the rankings table by 6 places.
South Sudan performs most strongly in Natural Environment and Enterprise Conditions but is weakest in Education. The biggest improvement compared to a decade ago came in South Sudan did not show an improvement in any pillar rankings when compared to last year.
Visit our Rankings table to see how South Sudan compares to other countries.