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07 September 2011

Chad, Somalia "worst places for child to fall ill"

Chad and Somalia are the worst countries in the world for a child to fall sick while Switzerland and Finland rank as the best, according to a report.

Chad and Somalia are the worst countries in the world for a child to fall sick while Switzerland and Finland rank as the best, according to a new index of health worker provision devised by the global health charity Save the Children.

Justin Forsyth, Save the Children's chief executive, said the findings were disturbing.

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