Per Capita Health Expenditures by Country, 2007

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 capitaLowest expenditure per capita
CountryExpenditure
per capita
(in US $)
CountryExpenditure
per capita
(in US $)
CountryExpenditure
per capita
(in US $)
CountryExpenditure
per capita
(in US $)
Iceland3,294Norway4,080Sierra Leone34Burkina Faso77
Australia3,123Canada3,173Guinea-Bissau28Niger26
Ireland2,618Sweden2,828Mali54Mozambique42
Switzerland4,011Japan2,293Central African Republic54Chad42
Netherlands3,092France3,040Ethiopia21Congo, Dem. Rep. of the15
Finland2,203United States6,096Burundi16Côte d'Ivoire64
Spain2,099Denmark2,780Zambia63Malawi58
Austria3,418United Kingdom2,560Benin40Angola38
Belgium3,133Luxembourg5,178Rwanda126Guinea96
New Zealand2,081Italy2,414Tanzania29Nigeria53
Hong Kongn.a.Germany3,171Eritrea27Senegal72
Israel1,972Greece2,179Gambia88Uganda135
Singapore1,118Korea (Republic of)1,135Yemen82Togo63
Slovenia1,815Cyprus1,128Zimbabwe139Timor-Leste143
Portugal1,897Brunei Darussalam1,897Djibouti87Kenya86
    Sudan54Haiti82
Source: Human Development Report, 2007, United Nations. Web: hdr.undp.org.

 

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