12 New Delhi, India
New Delhi is a national capital of India. It is situated in the north-central part of the country on the west bank of the Yamuna River. Its Mercer Health and Sanitation Index Score is 46.6. New Delhi, India is extremely over-crowded. Public urination, litter, and piles of garbage on the sides of the roads are rampant. Accommodations also leave much to be desired, as most hotels are dark, dirty, cold and stocked with dirty towels. Garbage and sewage flow freely, creating a rich environment for the growth of water-borne diseases contributing to extremely high rates of infant morbidity.