WHO report - the life expectancy of Albanians

 Life expectancy worldwide has increased by about 5 years in 15 years. The World Health Organization has found that the increasing life expectancy fastest recorded in Africa.

The reason for this is the improvement health care access for children and better medicines. This includes patients with malaria and AIDS. The UN health agency says, the global life expectancy for a child born in 2015 was 71% for women and 69% men.

Womens in Japan and men in Switzerland lived longer. While residents of Sierra Leone had the lowest rate of life expectancy, for both sexes.

 In Albania, the average life expectancy is 78 years, and we are ranked in the 25th place in Europe.

Margaret Chan, Director General of WHO, said the figures represent "big steps" in global health.

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