Ghana has been positioned the second most serene country in Africa in the 2021 Global Peace Index report by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP).
The report which centers around the worldwide condition of harmony positioned Ghana as 38th on the planet, out of the 163 nations explored.
Mauritius, the lone African country in front of Ghana in the Peace list on the primary situation in Africa positioned 28th in the worldwide space.
Botswana took third spot in Africa and was positioned 41st on the worldwide harmony file.
Iceland is positioned number one as the most tranquil country on the planet with a score of 1.1. New Zealand, Denmark, Portugal, and Slovenia are positioned second, third, fourth, and fifth separately.
The IEP is a free, non-sectarian, non-benefit think tank committed to moving the world’s concentration to harmony as a positive, attainable, and substantial proportion of human prosperity and progress.
In the interim, the five least serene nations on the planet, as per the 2021 worldwide harmony file are Iraq (positioned 159th), South Sudan (positioned 160th), Syria (positioned 161st) Yemen (positioned 162nd) and Afghanistan (at the base ranking 163rd)