Every year the UN compiles a report about drug use around the world.

One of the things they attempt to measure is how much marijuana every country grows. Unfortunately, since cannabis is legal in very few countries and therefore growing it is illegal, it’s hard to determine exactly how much is produced.

Per the report, analysis of the various indicators over the period 2010–2017 has shown that cannabis cultivation and production occur to a large extent in the following African countries:

1. Morocco

 

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2. Nigeria

 

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3. Eswatini (formerly Swaziland)

 

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4. Sudan

 

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5. South Africa

 

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6. Malawi

 

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7. The Democratic Republic of Congo

 

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8. Ghana

 

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