Andorra, a small country situated in the Pyrenees between Spain and France, has the longest life expectancy of any country in the world. The life expectancy in Andorra is 83.5 years. Factors that influence life expectancy include prevalence of disease, poverty, and education. Zero percent of the population of Andorra has AIDS, a disease that has severely shortened the life expectancy of many other nations (especially Swaziland, which has the shortest life expectancy of any country in the world at 38 years for men and 37 years for women). Andorra is a wealthy country with access to safe water and sanitation; conversely, countries with high rates of poverty have lower life expectancies because residents lack access to these basic amenities. The population of Andorra is also 100% literate and 100% employed, which are also factors in calculating life expectancy.
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