Quality of life In Emirates:
The average life expectancy in the UAE is 76 for men and 79 for women (2016), which is higher than in any other Arab country. Life expectancy is systematically growing.
According to a 2013 data, the under-five mortality rate in the UAE is 8 per 1000 children. There were no deaths caused by HIV/AIDS or malaria noted and deaths from tuberculosis ratio was 0,69 per 100 000 population.
Specialists say that the UAE will be the second fastest growing country in the Arab Peninsula in the field of health services. Currently, according to the WHO (World Health Organization), the UAE is 27th in a rank focusing on the quality of the health service around the globe. There are over 70 hospitals, both public and private and over 150 other medical facilities. Not only that, but UAE citizens are guaranteed to benefit from free medical care, while baby and mother care are counted as one of the best in the world. As for the most common causes of death in the country, heart and blood circulation diseases top the list.
The level of illiteracy in the UAE is still high and was estimated at 22%. At the same time, the United Arab Emirates, especially in the city of Dubai, is technologically advanced and is constantly seeking modernization.