Countries with highest probable mortality due to non-communicable diseases 2016

This statistic shows the leading 20 countries based on probability of mortality due to non-communicable diseases between ages 30 to 70 in 2016. In that year, those aged 30 to 70 years in Papua New Guinea had a 30 percent chance of dying from a non-communicable disease such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory disease.

Leading 20 countries based on probability of mortality due to non-communicable diseases between ages 30 to 70 in 2016

Probability of dying due to non-communicable diseases
Yemen30.6%
Fiji30.6%
Guyana30.5%
Sierra Leone30.5%
Mongolia30.2%
Papua New Guinea30%
Afghanistan29.8%
Turkmenistan29.5%
Kiribati28.4%
Egypt27.7%
LaoPeople's Democratic Republic27%
Philippines26.8%
Kazakhstan26.8%
Haiti26.5%
Indonesia 26.4%
South Africa 26.2%
Micronesia (Federated States of)26.1%
Sudan26%
Democratic People's Republic of Korea 25.6%
Russian Federation25.4%
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Source

Release date

May 2018

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2016

Age group

30-70 years

Supplementary notes

Non-communicable diseases include cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes and chronic respiratory disease

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