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High income OECD countries Compared by Health > Death rates > Children under 5

DEFINITION: Under-five mortality rate is the probability per 1,000 that a newborn baby will die before reaching age five, if subject to current age-specific mortality rates.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Chile 8.5 2009
2 United States 7.8 2009
3 Slovakia 6.9 2009
4 Poland 6.7 2009
5 New Zealand 6.2 2009
6 Canada 6.1 2009
=7 United Kingdom 5.5 2009
=7 Estonia 5.5 2009
9 Australia 5.1 2009
10 Belgium 4.6 2009
=11 Netherlands 4.4 2009
=11 Israel 4.4 2009
=11 Switzerland 4.4 2009
=14 Ireland 4.2 2009
=14 Germany 4.2 2009
=16 Spain 4.1 2009
=16 Austria 4.1 2009
=18 Denmark 4 2009
=18 Italy 4 2009
20 France 3.9 2009
21 Portugal 3.7 2009
22 Czech Republic 3.5 2009
23 Greece 3.4 2009
=24 Norway 3.3 2009
=24 Japan 3.3 2009
26 Finland 3.2 2009
=27 Slovenia 3 2009
=27 Iceland 3 2009
29 Sweden 2.8 2009
30 Luxembourg 2.6 2009

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High income OECD countries Compared by Health > Death rates > Children under 5

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Interesting observations about Health > Death rates > Children under 5

  • Chad ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst Hot countries in 2009.
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst Christian countries in 2009.
  • Azerbaijan ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst Europe in 2009.
  • Sierra Leone ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst Former British colonies in 2009.
  • Romania ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst European Union in 2009.
  • Chile ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst High income OECD countries in 2009.
  • Pakistan ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst Emerging markets in 2009.
  • Turkey ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst NATO countries in 2009.
  • Burundi ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst Catholic countries in 2009.
  • Malawi ranked first for death rates > children under 5 amongst Heavily indebted countries in 2009.
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