New Delhi: In India, there are less than seven doctors for every 10,000 people, and more than 4,700 children die every day before attaining the age of five, a report said Thursday.The report, titled "The Killer Gap: A global index of health inequality for children" by World Vision India, shows India is ranked 135 out of 176 countries."The global index between the countries have been determined using four indicators -- life expectancy, out-of-pocket expenses of using health services, adolescent fertility rate and coverage of health services," said Jayakumar Christian, chief executive officer of World Vision India.
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