1. Save The Children UK, who produced the map, explains:
The index measures not only how many health workers there are, but also their reach and impact. It shows that children living in the bottom 20 countries — which fall below the WHO minimum threshold of just over two health workers for every thousand people – are five times more likely to die than those further up the index.

    Save The Children UK, who produced the map, explains:

    The index measures not only how many health workers there are, but also their reach and impact. It shows that children living in the bottom 20 countries — which fall below the WHO minimum threshold of just over two health workers for every thousand people – are five times more likely to die than those further up the index.

     
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