This article aims to take every African to realize that something needs to be done to make things change.
In Guinea Conakry, to denounce insalubrity in cities, Fatoumata Chérif a blogger has decided to publish and regularly selfies in front of piles of garbage or open dumps. Also, his initiative has been followed in several African countries. Insalubrity is a most recurrent and pernicious phenomenon in many African cities. And this insalubrity comes with its share of diseases.
At the global level, the Congo is a country that is illustrated in a bad way. Indeed, in addition to having its capital in this ranking very little honorable, the Congo is the only country with India, to count two cities in the ranking of the 25 dirtiest cities of the world. Also, the district Mpila, where is the presidential palace, is it the most unhealthy city of Brazzaville.
African ranking of the least clean cities in Africa
1. Antananarivo, Madagascar (3rd in the world)
2. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (6th in the world)
3. Brazzaville, Congo (10th in the world)
4. N’Djamena, Chad (11th in the world)
5. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania ( 12th in the world)
6. Bangui, Republic of Central Africa (13th in the world)
7. Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso (15th in the world)
8. Bamako, Mali (16th in the world)
9. Pointe Noire, Congo (17th in the world)
10 Lomé, Togo (18th in the world)
11. Conakry, Guinea (19th in the world)
12. Nouakchott, Mauritania (20th in the world)
13. Niamey, Niger (21st in the world)
14. Luanda, Angola (22nd in the world)
15 Maputo, Mozambique (23rd in the world)
So, globally, the podium of the three dirtiest cities is occupied by:
1. Baku, Azerbaijan
2. Dhaka, Bangladesh
3. Antananarivo, Madagascar