Countries with Worst Health Care System

As per WHO figures, average US$ 1027 per capita was spent for health expenditures in 2011. if we look at the figures of developed countries, USA spends per capita 8607.9 USD, Canada spends 5629.7 USD and similar are figures of many other developed countries. In most of the poor African and Asian countries health spending is less than 30 USD per capita. Due to poor economic conditions these countries are not in position to spend much on healthcare. The results of low spending is diseases, famines, disabilities and deaths. The list of countries with poorest healthcare systems is as follows:-

S/No Countries

(Worst to Better)

Life Expectancy

(Years)

Health Expenditure

(% of GDP)

Health Expenditure

(US $)

1. Sierra Leone 56.98 18.8 68.5
2. Myanmar (Burma) 65.2 2 22.5
3. Central African Republic 50.90 3.8 11.9
4. Congo (Democratic Republic) 56.14 8.5 19.7
5. Nigeria 52.46 5.3 79.6
6. Liberia 57.81 19.5 54.9
7. Malawi 52.78 3.6 30.9
8. Mozambique 52.29 6.6 35.2
9. Lesotho 52.30 12.8 141
10. Zambia 51.51 6.1 87.2
11. Angola 54.95 3.5 186.3
12. Ethiopia 60.00 4.7 16.6
13. Somalia 51.19 2.3 3.9
14. Chad 49.07 4.3 35.2
15. Swaziland 50.01 8 264.8
16. Guinea-Bissau 49.50 6.3 37.2
17. South Africa 49.48 8.5 689.3
18. Cambodia 63.41 5.7 51.2
19. Afghanistan 50.11 9.6 55.9
20. Rwanda 58.85 10.8 62.7
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