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Per Capita Health Expenditures by Country, 2006

The sum of public and private expenditure (in purchasing power parity terms in US dollars), divided by the population. Health expenditure includes the provision of health services (preventive and curative), family planning activities, nutrition activities, and emergency aid designated for health, but excludes the provision of water and sanitation.

Highest expenditure per capita Lowest expenditure per capita
Country Expenditure
per capita
(in US $)
Country Expenditure
per capita
(in US $)
Country Expenditure
per capita
(in US $)
Country Expenditure
per capita
(in US $)
United States $5,711 Austria $2,306 Congo, Dem. Rep. of the $14 Pakistan $48
Norway 3,809 Italy 2,266 Burundi 15 Angola 49
Switzerland 3,776 Japan 2,244 Ethiopia 20 Eritrea 50
Luxembourg 3,680 Finland 2,108 Congo 23 Myanmar 51
Iceland 3,110 Greece 1,997 Madagascar 24 Nigeria 51
Germany 3,001 Israel 1,911 Comoros 25 Zambia 51
Canada 2,989 New Zealand 1,893 Tanzania 29 Chad 51
Netherlands 2,987 Spain 1,853 Niger 30 Sudan 54
France 2,902 Portugal 1,791 Rwanda 32 Laos 56
Australia 2,874 Slovenia 1,669 Sierra Leone 34 Côte d'Ivoire 57
Belgium 2,828 Malta 1,436 Benin 36 Senegal 58
Denmark 2,762 Czech Republic 1,302 Mali 39 Bhutan 59
Sweden 2,704 Hungary 1,269 Mozambique 45 Mauritania 59
Ireland 2,496 Bahamas 1,220 Guinea-Bissau 45 Togo 62
United Kingdom 2,389 Singapore 1,156 Malawi 46 Nepal 64
        Central African Republic 47 Cameroon 64
Source: Human Development Report, 2006, United Nations. Web: hdr.undp.org.

 

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