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Our country is the 31st best place in the world where a child can grow up today, but in Europe, there are plenty of better conditions to find.

The 31st best place for a child in the world Hungary (Fotу: iStock) According to a 2019 report by Save the Children, 280 million fewer children today are living than 20 years ago, though there are well over 18 years old in the world like the turn of the millennium - post on Every year, the organization examines the situation of children in 176 countries, based on the following aspects: access to health care, participation in education, nutrition, child labor, and child labor. According to data, Hungary is the 31st best place in the world for a child to grow up today, but in Europe, there are plenty to find better conditions.

According to the 2019 Report:

  • From 176 countries in 2000, the situation of children improved in 173
  • 4.4 million fewer children die each year than then
  • 49 million fewer children in developmental development survive in the world
  • 130 million more children go to school
  • The number of child labor decreased by 94 million
  • 11 million fewer babies are forced into early marriage
  • The number of teenage pregnancies decreased by 3 million
  • There are 12,000 fewer child murders
However, every 4th of all, in some way, deprives them of the right to a safe and healthy childhood - especially in war zones. According to the report, 152 million children under 5 years of age are underdeveloped, 262 million children aged 6-17 years are out of school, and 86 million children find it easy to work. By March, 280 million children who are healthier, and get a better education than they have in the past 20 years, There are 3 factors that can be attributed to the report:
  • better political leadership,
  • for social investors,
  • and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDG) program has been achieved.
The number of difficult children has fallen to 690 million, while 2.3 billion people under 18 live on Earth. Among the aspects examined in the report, the situation has only worsened in terms of refugee status in the war zone, as there are currently 30.5 million displaced or resettled children, 80% more than in 2000, many child alive in a war zone, more than twice the 1995 figure. The country ranked in the report was singleton singapore (989 points out of a possible 1000), which means now being the best child based on the criteria examined.

The TOP10 list is as follows:

  1. Singapore 989 points
  2. Sweden 986 points
  3. Finland 985 points
  4. Norway 985 points
  5. Slovenia 985 points
  6. Germany 982 points
  7. Number of points 982 points
  8. Italy 980 points
  9. South Korea 980 points
  10. Belgium 979 points
The worst places for kids in the Central African Republic (394 points), Niger (402 points) and Csádd (408 points) are only among the only African states. Hungary had 928 points in 2000 (now Serbia) and today it has 963. We were in the same countries as the United States (with 941 points at 36, tied with Knaw), or EU member Romania, Malta and Bulgaria, amongst the countries of the country, which had a better child. For example, the country and Latvia, which in 2000 even achieved a haircut, but are still ahead of Hungary and Croatia, which joined the European Union in 2013, is a particularly strong example of rapid growth, which has overtaken our country. In Hungary, in 2017, the mortality rate of children under 5 years of age was 4.5 thousand, while the rate of dropout from education in 2013 and 2018 was 6.4%, and in this period 0.7% of Hungarian girls up to 19 years he was already married. Greece was only 1 point ahead of us and all the data so far has been less favorable than in Hungary. However, there is one aspect where we perform significantly worse: the proportion of teenage parents in our country in 2016 was 19.8 thousand, that is, almost 2% of 15-19 year olds had children. Similar rates are measured in countries such as Belarus (18 women out of a thousand), Albania (20.7) or Djibouti (19.4), while in Greece there are only 7.5 babies per thousand teenage girls. The murder rate is also worse: in 2016, there were 0.3 such crimes per 100,000 children under the age of 19, compared with 0.1 in Greece. Related links:
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