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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 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 $)
Iceland 3,294 Norway 4,080 Sierra Leone 34 Burkina Faso 77
Australia 3,123 Canada 3,173 Guinea-Bissau 28 Niger 26
Ireland 2,618 Sweden 2,828 Mali 54 Mozambique 42
Switzerland 4,011 Japan 2,293 Central African Republic 54 Chad 42
Netherlands 3,092 France 3,040 Ethiopia 21 Congo, Dem. Rep. of the 15
Finland 2,203 United States 6,096 Burundi 16 Côte d'Ivoire 64
Spain 2,099 Denmark 2,780 Zambia 63 Malawi 58
Austria 3,418 United Kingdom 2,560 Benin 40 Angola 38
Belgium 3,133 Luxembourg 5,178 Rwanda 126 Guinea 96
New Zealand 2,081 Italy 2,414 Tanzania 29 Nigeria 53
Hong Kong n.a. Germany 3,171 Eritrea 27 Senegal 72
Israel 1,972 Greece 2,179 Gambia 88 Uganda 135
Singapore 1,118 Korea (Republic of) 1,135 Yemen 82 Togo 63
Slovenia 1,815 Cyprus 1,128 Zimbabwe 139 Timor-Leste 143
Portugal 1,897 Brunei Darussalam 1,897 Djibouti 87 Kenya 86
        Sudan 54 Haiti 82
Source: Human Development Report, 2007, United Nations. Web: hdr.undp.org.

 

Percent of Undernourished Populations, by Country Health and Social Statistics Per Capita Health Expenditures by Country, 2006