Albanians are among the most 'pinchpenny' in Europe according to study

Albanians are among the most 'pinchpenny' in Europe according to study
 Just 23% of the Albanians are generous and kind and officially, according to a recent report, we are among the most 'niggards' in Europe, though the generosity is mentioned in legends as one of the main attributes of Albanian nature.

In its 10th year of publication, the CAF World Index for 2019 analyzes 140 countries under consideration, with Albania ranked 105th in terms of generosity. According to the report, Albania has is down compared to a year ago, with the generosity accounting for 26% of the population.

Best in the region ranks Kosovo (62nd), followed by Bosnia and Herzegovina in 91, Montenegro 119, Serbia 123.

Macedonia ranks 96th this year, surpassing our country and climbing 34 degrees from a year ago to 130th.

The 2019 Global Index of Data, published by the CAF (Charity Aid Foundation) Institute, is labeled as the leading study on generosity. The index ranks 140 countries in three categories: helping foreigners, donating money and volunteering time.

By specification, 35% of Albanians do not hesitate to help a foreigner when seeking help, ranking 95th in the world. On the other hand, 21% of Albanians donated money last year, ranking 75th in the world. As for donating time to volunteering, a study that is not our strongest point, only 9% of Albanians have donated their time to a charity or any similar cause, being ranked 107th in the world for this indicator.

Who are the most generous countries under the 2019 Index?

The US tops the CAF World Index for the first time. It is followed by Myanmar, which has been number one in the Index for four years; third New Zealand, followed by Australia and Ireland. Significantly more people around the globe reported helping a stranger and donating volunteer time, while the proportion who donated money dropped for the third year in a row. The proportion of people around the world who donated money in 2019 is still at its lowest level since 2014. Donation has increased from developed countries (from 40% to 42%), but has fallen among countries in development (from 25% to 24%).
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