Global Child Poverty Rates In Perspective
An OECD report has revealed that Israel, Turkey and Mexico have the highest rates of child poverty (in OECD countries). In these countries, over a quarter of children live in poverty. This is measured as the proportion of children living in households with an equivalised disposable income of less than half of the median income of the total population. Northern Europe has the lowest level of child poverty worldwide with the rate in Denmark 9 times lower than in Israel and Turkey.
- Child poverty rate in the United States 1990-2014Child poverty rate in the United States 1990-2014
- Child poverty in OECD countries 2012Child poverty in OECD countries 2012
- Quarterly value of the services trade between the Netherlands and Israel 2014-2016Quarterly value of the services trade between the Netherlands and Israel 2014-2016
- Countries with the highest life expectancy 2015Countries with the highest life expectancy 2015
- Top 50 pharmaceutical companies - Rx sales and R&D spending 2015Top 50 pharmaceutical companies - Rx sales and R&D spending 2015
- Countries with the highest military spending in 2015Countries with the highest military spending in 2015
- Countries with the lowest inflation rate 2016Countries with the lowest inflation rate 2016
- Globalization Index - top 100 countries 2016Globalization Index - top 100 countries 2016
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