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Country or AreaYear(s)Value 
Afghanistan20069.21
Afghanistan20006.11
Albania20066.5 
Albania20006.4 
Algeria20064.2 
Algeria20003.5 
Andorra20067.4 
Andorra20007.6 
Angola20062.62
Angola20002.42
Antigua and Barbuda20064.3 
Antigua and Barbuda20004.8 
Argentina200610.1 
Argentina20008.9 
Armenia20064.7 
Armenia20006.4 
Australia20068.73
Australia20008.33
Austria200610.2 
Austria20009.9 
Azerbaijan20064.14
Azerbaijan20004.84
Bahamas20067.45
Bahamas20006.55
Bahrain20063.66
Bahrain20004.06
Bangladesh20063.27
Bangladesh20003.37
Barbados20066.65
Barbados20006.25
Belarus20066.4 
Belarus20006.4 
Belgium20069.98
Belgium20009.18
Belize20064.7 
Belize20005.0 
Benin20064.7 
Benin20004.6 
Bhutan20063.5 
Bhutan20005.2 
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)20066.4 
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)20006.1 
Bosnia and Herzegovina20069.57
Bosnia and Herzegovina20007.07
Botswana20067.1 
Botswana20004.8 
Brazil20067.5 
Brazil20007.2 
Brunei Darussalam20061.9 
Brunei Darussalam20002.5 

Footnotes

1 - Ratios published in this report are calculated using the licit GDP (i.e. excluding opium) and government expenditures excluding external development budget expenditures. Estimates should be interpreted with caution as these are derived from scarce data. Missing per capita expenditure on health levels are due to nonavailability of purchasing power parity international $ values.
2 - Estimates should be interpreted with caution as these are derived from scarce data.
3 - About 30% of the expenditure in residential aged care facilities has a health purpose, but it is difficult to estimate routinely so it is not included in health at present. This health expenditure was about $2.1 billion in 2005–2006 or 0.2% of GDP.
4 - Adjustments for currency change were made for the entire series.
5 - Per capita expenditure on health levels is based on preliminary purchasing power parity international $ estimates.
6 - Missing per capita expenditure on health levels are due to nonavailability of purchasing power parity international $ values.
7 - Estimates updated using newly accessed data from national health accounts, surveys, or information provided during national consultation.
8 - The General Government Expenditure on Health (GGHE) and Private Expenditure on Health (PvtHE) estimates for 2000 correspond to the concepts and definitions described in OECD Health Data, also implemented by WHO/NHA. The GGHE and PvtHE estimates for 2006 correspond to the concepts and definitions adopted by the Joint Health Accounts Questionnaire Eurostat-OECD-WHO.
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WHO Data

Source:  World Health Organization

World Health Statistics presents the most recent health statistics for WHO’s 193 Member States.
Last update in UNdata: 19 Nov 2010
Next update in UNdata: 2011