GNI Per Capita for Africa in 2009
Updated on February 12, 2022.

According to recent data from the World Bank, in 2009, the 3 African countries with the top 3 highest GNI (Gross National Income) Per Capita were:

  1. Equatorial Guinea: US$ 12,530
  2. Libya: US$ 12,090
  3. Seychelles: US$ 10,230

On the other hand, the 3 African countries with the 3 lowest GNI Per Capita in 2009 were:

  1. Burundi: US$ 200
  2. Democratic Republic of the Congo: US$ 300
  3. Ethiopia: US$ 340

Use the interactive visualization and table below to explore this data for each African country for the year 2009. You can also see links at the bottom of this page to see the historical GNI Per Capita information for each African country.

The World Bank defines GNI (Gross National Income) Per Capita as "the gross national income, converted to U.S. dollars using the World Bank Atlas method, divided by the midyear population" .

See also: GNI of Africa in 2009.

Data Source: World Bank.
GNI Per Capita for Africa in 2009 (US$)
See also the GNI Per Capita of Africa for other years:
Table of GNI Per Capita for Africa in 2009
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Country GNI Per Capita (US$)
Algeria 4,290
Angola 3,170
Benin 1,090
Botswana 5,330
Burkina Faso 610
Burundi 200
Cape Verde 3,480
Cameroon 1,410
Republic of Congo 2,480
Ivory Coast 1,190
Democratic Republic of the Congo 300
Central African Republic 480
Chad 830
Egypt 2,120
Equatorial Guinea 12,530
Eritrea 480
Eswatini 3,320
Ethiopia 340
Gabon 7,590
Gambia 880
Ghana 1,190
Guinea 670
Guinea-Bissau 560
Kenya 820
Lesotho 1,190
Liberia 430
Libya 12,090
Madagascar 470
Malawi 410
Mali 660
Mauritania 1,450
Mauritius 7,800
Morocco 2,880
Mozambique 540
Zambia 1,280
Zimbabwe 480
Tanzania 670
Uganda 550
Tunisia 4,070
Togo 530
Sudan 1,150
South Africa 6,510
Sierra Leone 440
Senegal 1,330
Rwanda 550
Niger 480
Nigeria 2,050
Namibia 4,250
Comoros 1,370
Sao Tome and Principe 1,060
Seychelles 10,230

GNI Per Capita of African Countries

Use the links below to see the historical GNI Per Capita for each African country.