Members of the G7 plus:
Group of Fragile States

The G7 plus - Group of Fragile States is an alliance of states that currently consists of 20 countries mainly located in Western Africa and Central Africa.

All member states comprise a total area of 8.12 million km² and about 321.78 million people. This is 5.4 percent of the habitable area around the world and 4.1 percent of the world population. With an economic output of 274.26 billion US dollars annually, they represent around 0.28 percent of the global economy. The value of all exported goods from these 20 countries was 74.80 billion US dollars per year at last count.

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Map of member countries: G7 plus - Group of Fragile States
Afghanistan200840.10 M653,000 km²
Burundi201012.55 M28,000 km²
Central Africa20085.46 M623,000 km²
Chad201017.18 M1,284,000 km²
Comoros20100.82 M1,861 km²
Congo (Dem. Republic)200895.89 M2,345,000 km²
Guinea201013.53 M246,000 km²
Guinea-Bissau20102.06 M36,000 km²
Haiti200811.45 M28,000 km²
Ivory Coast200827.48 M322,000 km²
Liberia20105.19 M111,000 km²
Papua New Guinea20109.95 M463,000 km²
Sao Tome and Principe20100.22 M960 km²
Sierra Leone20088.42 M72,000 km²
Solomon Islands20100.71 M29,000 km²
Somalia201017.07 M638,000 km²
South Sudan201010.75 M644,000 km²
Timor-Leste20081.32 M15,000 km²
Togo20108.64 M57,000 km²
Yemen201032.98 M528,000 km²