Imagine a perfect world for women and girls where no girl became a child bride. Such a world would reflect the pink paradise of Barbie land in the Child Atlas, painting it all pink. In Barbie land women are empowered, have their rights upheld, and face no gender discrimination. However, the Child Atlas depict a grim reality of child marriage across the real world.Read Post
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We hope that we can build a world where life is good and where no child is left behind.
Use the Child Atlas to:
visualise, compare, analyse, understand
Explore the different ways inequality affects children's lives.
Understand how different topics are related to each other.
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A child is not a number. Discover how children describe challenges they face.
Explore how inequality affects children's lives in different ways and compare between countries, states and cities.
Easily overlap indicators form different topics to see how they relate to each other. Form child mortality to climate risk.
Children are not numbers. Read how children describe their problems in first person.
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The Child Atlas is Save the Children's new data platform to visualise, compare, analyse and understand children’s outcomes globally. The platform puts high-quality, publicly available data at your fingertips.Read Post
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