The Ethiopia GDP Per Individual

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Ethiopia’s GDP per capita was last measured in 2017 at $1729.90 US dollars when adjusted for purchasing power parity (PPP). When adjusted for purchasing power parity, Ethiopia’s GDP per capita equals 10% of the global average.

From 1990 to 2017, Ethiopian GDP per capita averaged USD 873.33, with a peak of 1729.90 USD in 2017 and a low of USD 514.80 in 1992.

The Ethiopia GDP Per Individual

YearGDP per capita
1986$247.98
1988$257.56
1990$269.08
1992$293.35
1994$151.97
1996$154.56
1998$129.86
2000$128.62
2002$116.45
2004$138.28
2006$198.70
2008$326.82
2010$324.29
2012$493.32
2014$613.10
2016$790.82
2018$852.01
2020$994.20
2022$926.21
2023$1,005
2024$1,097.30
2025$1,193.05
2026$1,298.63

In the world, there are many countries with a variety of GDPs. Some countries have a high GDP while others have a low GDP. Ethiopia is a country that has a low GDP. The GDP per individual in Ethiopia is $1,100. This is lower than the world average of $7,500. However, many people in Ethiopia are living in poverty. 70% of the population lives below the poverty line.

In 2017, the GDP per individual in Ethiopia was $410. This is less than the GDP per individual in Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa. However, it is essential to note that Ethiopia is much poorer than these other countries. Nevertheless, the GDP per individual in Ethiopia is expected to grow significantly in the next few years.