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CHILD
atlas

Understanding how inequalities affect children across the world

Explore the situation of children. Learn how different groups fare globally. Discover how children describe their experiences.

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1Health / Under-five mortality

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Maps

CHILDREN
AROUND THE
WORLD

Context
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Under-five mortality

Context

Conflict-affected

Debt distress

Extremely high climate risk

Hunger-affected

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CHILDREN

SAY

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Children and families starve because they do not have access to food.

- Yelitza , 15 years

Yelitza ,

Colombia

We were seeing people running from place to place and houses being burnt down. Some of the children were affected by the cold weather and our friends who played with us died from unknown diseases.

- Boy

Boy ,

South Sudan

I feel sadness and anger because the climatic affectations are always repeated, and we do little to avoid them.

- Celene , 16 years

Celene ,

Colombia

Rankings

Where's the toughest
place to be a child?

Rank the regions or countries from the worst to the best situation.

Ranking of countries by Under-five mortality

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Trends and projections

How inequalities
evolve

Explore how children's outcomes are changing over time. Where data is available, you can also study how these changes differs between groups of children.

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Footnotes

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    topics.

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      Health

      Nutrition

      Water & Sanitation

      Education

      Child protection

      Gender equality & women and girls’ empowerment

      Child poverty

      Social protection

      Crisis & Insecurity

      Financing & Accountability

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