Ghana ranked 111th in the 2023 World Happiness ranking

Ghana is ranked 111th among the world’s 150 happiest countries by the United Nations (UN).

According to the World Happiness Report, a publication of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, this represents a decline.

The ranking was based on variables such as GDP per capita, social support, healthy life expectancy, freedom to make life choices, generosity, and views of corruption, as well as factors that tend to lead to greater happiness.

The assessment, which was developed by a committee of independent specialists acting in their capacity, was also based on Gallup World Poll life evaluations.

Finland topped the list for the sixth year in a row, followed by Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.

Mauritius is the highest-ranked African country, ranking 52nd overall, with no African countries ranking in the top 50.

SEE BELOW THE happiest countries in Africa:

  • Mauritius (52nd)
  • Libya (86th)
  • Cote d’ Ivoire (88th)
  • South Africa (91st)
  • Gambia (93rd)
  • Algeria (96th)
  • Liberia (97th)
  • Congo Brazzavlle (99th) 
  • Morocco (100th)
  • Mozambique (101st)
  • Cameroon (102nd)
  • Senegal (103rd)
  • Niger (104th)
  • Gabon (106th)
  • Guinea (109th)
  • Ghana (111th)
  • Burkina Faso (113th)
  • Benin (115th)

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