Data from the World Bank can be used to order countries by infant Mortality Rate (IMR).
There are 38 countries with IMR below 5, and 63 with IMR below 10. Of these 63, 6 are in Latin America and Caribbean, 7 are in East Asia and the Pacific, 38 are in Europe and Central Asia, 8 are in the Middle East and North Africa, 2 are in North America, and two are in South Asia.
The countries with the 15 lowest IMR are all in Europe and Central Asia, except two, Singapore and Japan, in East Asia and the Pacific. Some of the countries in Europe and Central Asia are Luxembourg, Iceland, Finland, Andorra, Norway, Slovenia, Sweden and Cyprus.
There are 5 countries with IMR higher than 80: Chad, Somalia, Sierra Leone, Central African Republic, and Angola, all in Sub-Saharan Africa.
There are another 41 countries with IMR above 40 but below 80. 29 of these countries are in Sub-Saharan Africa. Only one of these, Haiti, is in Latin America and the Caribbean, and only one, Djibouti, is in Middle East and North Africa. Two, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan, are in Europe and Central Asia. Three, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, are in South Asia. Five are in East Asia and the Pacific.
Of the 15 countries with the highest IMR, all but two, Afghanistan and Pakistan, are in Sub-Saharan Africa.