11 Primitive Countries with the Worst Infrastructure in the World

If you are planning to travel and now you are interested in primitve countries with the worst infrastructure in the world in order to avoid them, now come with us, we are showing an article with lots of facts. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. The most underdeveloped continent in the world is Africa, and countries that have worse infrastructure suffer from a whole host of problems, but for people living in such countries, receiving proper education can be a real challenge. In our research we found that the countries with the worst education system in Asia have made it into the list as well, like Iraq, Afghanistan, and Laos.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three primitve countries with the worst infrastructure in the world.

The first country is Bhutan. It’s score that is identical with the previous entrant in the list, Kyrgyzstan. Also, something worth noting is that the native terrain of both the countries is extremely rugged and mountainous. This really creates trouble for implementing infrastructural reforms. Also the fact that these countries have a really low GDP does not help at all. In the case of Bhutan, the population of the country is also really small, thus making things even more difficult. The second country on our list is Guinea-Bissau that is a west African country and one of the primitive countries with the worst infrastructure in the world on our list. The country is a prime example of a war torn nation and people caught among power hungry and tyrannical leaders. Since the independence of Guinea-Bissau a power struggle among different factions has escalated, and the people of the country have suffered. Momentary peace has been achieved for the time being, but violence can erupt once again. At last, but not elast there’s Mauritania that is another West African country, and like Laos, Mauritania was also part of the French colonial empire. However, unlike Laos Mauritania did not achieve independence till the 1960s. The country is the eleventh largest in all of Africa, but most of the country is covered in arid dessert, thus making communication extremely difficult. This also led to a rise in crime and slavery is still rampant in Mauritania.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 11  primitve countries with the worst infrastructure in the world

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