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Table 3 Relative ranks of child survival inequality by four measures of inequality. Rank 1 refers to the most unequal.

From: Measuring total health inequality: adding individual variation to group-level differences

Country II Std. deviation Coefficient of variation Gini coefficient
Liberia 1 2 1 1
Mozambique 2 1 2 2
Central African Republic 3 3 5 6
Nigeria 4 4 7 7
Malawi 5 5 3 3
Rwanda 6 6 8 9
Nigeria 7 9 4 4
Pakistan 8 7 13 17
Cote d'ivoire 9 8 10 10
Mali 10 10 6 5
Namibia 11 14 22 26
Tanzania 12 11 12 12
Togo 13 12 16 18
Zambia 14 13 9 8
Madagascar 15 15 11 11
Yemen 16 16 14 13
Nepal 17 17 15 14
Cameroon 18 19 23 23
Sudan 19 18 20 21
Burundi 20 20 17 15
Indonesia 21 24 30 31
India 22 21 26 25
Haiti 23 22 19 19
Ghana 24 23 25 24
Uzbekistan 25 30 35 39
Comoros 26 25 27 27
Egypt 27 26 28 29
Uganda 28 27 24 22
Burkina Faso 29 28 18 16
Kenya 30 29 32 32
Ecuador 31 32 33 33
Benin 32 31 21 20
Bangladesh 33 33 29 28
Bolivia 34 34 31 30
Tunisia 35 36 38 37
Morocco 36 35 36 35
Brazil 37 39 40 40
Guatemala 38 37 37 36
Senegal 39 38 34 34
Peru 40 40 39 38
Zimbabwe 41 41 41 41
Dominican Republic 42 42 42 42
Nicaragua 43 43 43 43
Trinidad & Tobago 44 46 47 48
Thailand 45 45 45 45
Mexico 46 44 44 44
Paraguay 47 47 46 46
Kazakhstan 48 50 50 50
Philippines 49 48 48 47
Colombia 50 49 49 49
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