The chart below shows the total spending on healthcare in 2010 according to data compiled by the World Health Organization (WHO). This chart gives you an idea of how much Turkey, South Africa, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Israel spend annually on healthcare for their citizens, and the rate of growth during the last five years. Israel has the highest spending per capita by far and with only 7.6 million people, spends far more than populous countries such as Egypt and Nigeria. While accounting for less than 4% of global health spending, the annual growth rate in most major countries in the Middle East and Africa is quite high. Charts are also available for Worldwide, Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America.
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