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Health > Red Cross donations: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Amounts of the contributions to the International Committee of the Red Cross by the Council of Europe member states and states with an observer status in the PACE in the period from 1996 to 2000 (in Swiss Francs).

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 United States 221.26 million 2000
2 Switzerland 99.6 million 2000
3 United Kingdom 84.11 million 2000
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 51.51 million 2000
4 Netherlands 48.76 million 2000
5 Sweden 40.02 million 2000
High income OECD countries average (profile) 23.42 million 2000
6 Canada 22.42 million 2000
7 Norway 20.95 million 2000
8 Denmark 13.9 million 2000
9 Germany 13.79 million 2000
10 Italy 10.79 million 2000
NATO countries average (profile) 10.72 million 2000
European Union average (profile) 10.19 million 2000
11 France 8.16 million 2000
Eurozone average (profile) 6.63 million 2000
12 Finland 6.53 million 2000
13 Belgium 6.05 million 2000
14 Ireland 3.85 million 2000
15 Luxembourg 3.2 million 2000
16 Spain 2.56 million 2000
17 Austria 1.64 million 2000
18 Liechtenstein 490,000 2000
19 Greece 350,000 2000
20 Poland 226,360 2000
21 Portugal 200,000 2000
22 Israel 174,570 2000
23 Mexico 172,620 2000
24 Czech Republic 107,513 2000
25 Iceland 99,964 2000
26 Cyprus 80,000 2000
27 Hungary 67,437 2000
28 Monaco 52,000 2000
29 San Marino 40,000 2000
30 Slovakia 35,000 2000
31 Estonia 30,724 2000
32 Bulgaria 25,000 2000
=33 Malta 15,000 2000
=33 Turkey 15,000 2000
35 Japan 11,955 2000
36 Republic of Macedonia 8,418 2000
37 Lithuania 2,257 2000

Citation

"Countries Compared by Health > Red Cross donations. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", International Committee of the Red Cross. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Health/Red-Cross-donations

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I agree with Lau P and it was the first thing I thought of when someone posted this on facebook. If you do the math, by nation's population, it seems to come out even.

My question is why China and India aren't listed. Is it that they don't keep track of the donation numbers? Because it's absolutely not plausible for either nation not to have had at least a couple thousand donations.

The populations are pretty outstanding and I fail to believe they don't have high donation numbers for the citizens who would probably need the blood, shortage or no shortage.

Posted on 15 Mar 2011

Matty

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Posted on 08 Jun 2010

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