For the fourth consecutive year, Finland has topped a list of 95 countries evaluated on the happiness and wellbeing of their inhabitants. This, News24 reports, is according to the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, which publishes the annual World Happiness Report. The report, which rather than basing the rankings on factors such as income, is based on how the countries’ people rate their own happiness on a 10-point scale meanwhile found that Zimbabwe was the least ‘happy’ of all the countries surveyed. Namibia is ranked 88th, three spots down from the 2017-19 list and ‘less happy’ than other African countries like South Africa, Cameroon, the Ivory Coast, Ghana, and Nigeria.