Better way to use multiple context providers in ReactNative

I am having an app in which I am using 3 Context Provider. For the app to work, I have to wrap <App/> in all these providers. As my app grows I am expecting to have a few more providers for more types of data I have to connect with. I have already started to feel that there may be a better way to pass providers into the <App />.

My App.js Code:

import React from 'react';
import { createStackNavigator } from 'react-navigation-stack';
import { createAppContainer } from 'react-navigation';
import { Provider as BlogProvider} from './src/context/BlogContext';
import { Provider as VehicleProvider} from './src/context/VehicleContext';
import { Provider as AuthProvider} from './src/context/AuthContext';

import IndexScreen from './src/screens/IndexScreen';
import ShowScreen from './src/screens/ShowScreen';
import CreateScreen from './src/screens/CreateScreen';
import EditScreen from './src/screens/EditScreen';
import VehicleScreen from './src/screens/VehicleScreen';

const navigator = createStackNavigator(
  {
    Index: IndexScreen,
    Show: ShowScreen,
    Create: CreateScreen,
    Edit: EditScreen,
    Debug: DebugScreen,
    Vehicle: VehicleScreen,

  },
  {
    initialRouteName: 'Index',
    defaultNavigationOptions: {
      title: 'Main'
    }
  }
);

const App = createAppContainer(navigator);

export default () => {
  return (
    <BlogProvider>
      <VehicleProvider>
        <AuthProvider>
             <App />
        </AuthProvider>
      </VehicleProvider>
    </BlogProvider>
  );
};

Some of the questions I have are:

  1. Is there a better way to use multiple context providers in an App.
  2. Does the order in which these providers are nested have any impact on the App?
  3. Can we skip adding provider in <App/> and instead import them in a any screen where it’s required and wrap that screen element in it?

Source: ReactJs