Here’s a distressing global statistic to ponder upon: according to UNICEF, 7000 newborn babies die every day somewhere in the world, with 80% of them dying due to healthcare-related complications in delivery, and associated infections. Think about it, that’s 2.5 million+ tiny infants dying every single year!
The wide gap between the nations with the highest and lowest mortality rates, in the context of healthcare availability tells its own story. Here’s a listing of the 10 highest /10 lowest risk nations, also highlighting the stark contrast between availability of professional healthcare workers in the two groups of nations.
Infographic by – Statista