World Health Statistics
Life Expectancy* <ul><li>The following charts are based on Disability Adjusted Life Expectancy (DALE) for which the World ...
 
 
Population Growth Rates
 
 
Total Expenditure on Health
 
 
Comparison of Public and Total Expenditures
 
 
Sources: <ul><li>Slides 3-4, “Healthy Life Expectancy Rankings”, World Health Organization, 2000. </li></ul><ul><li>Slides...
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  1. 1. World Health Statistics
  2. 2. Life Expectancy* <ul><li>The following charts are based on Disability Adjusted Life Expectancy (DALE) for which the World Health Organization “summarizes the expected number of years to be lived in what might be termed the equivalent of ‘full health.’ To calculate DALE, the years of ill-health are weighted according to severity and subtracted from the expected overall life expectancy to give the equivalent years of healthy life.” </li></ul>
  3. 5. Population Growth Rates
  4. 8. Total Expenditure on Health
  5. 11. Comparison of Public and Total Expenditures
  6. 14. Sources: <ul><li>Slides 3-4, “Healthy Life Expectancy Rankings”, World Health Organization, 2000. </li></ul><ul><li>Slides 6-7: “Annex Table 1 Basic Indicators for all Member States”, WHO World Health Report 2001. </li></ul><ul><li>Slides 9-10, 12-13: “Annex Table 5 Selected National Health Accounts indicators for all Member States, estimates for 1997 and 1998”, WHO World Health Report 2001. </li></ul>
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