Over the past decade, Afghanistan has proved the world’s deadliest country for aid workers. Between 2004 and 2014, there were 430 attacks in the country, with 57 workers losing their lives last year alone.

Altogether in 2014, 190 attacks occurred across 27 countries, killing 120 aid workers. A further 88 were wounded, while 121 were kidnapped.

Dangerous countries for aid workers

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Author: Niall McCarthy is a data journalist at Statista

Image: Protective suits are left to dry after an Ebola training session held by the Red Cross. REUTERS/Susana Vera