Organized crime index in Africa 2023, by type of crime

Leading criminal markets according to the organized crime index in Africa as of 2023

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"The ENACT Organised Crime Index is an innovative tool designed to measure levels of organised crime in African countries and assess their resilience to organised-criminal activity. Comprising two composite metrics, the Index ranks countries both according to their levels of criminality on a score from 1 to 10 (lowest to highest crime levels) and according to resilience to organised crime from 1 to 10 (lowest to highest resilience levels)." Data shown here refer to the levels of criminality.

Organized crime is defined as "illegal activities, conducted by groups or networks acting in concert, by engaging in violence, corruption or related activities in order to obtain, directly or indirectly, a financial or material benefit. Such activities may be carried out both within a country and transnationally."

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