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Details: World Population Day on July 11 2019 celebrates its 30th anniversary as a day of international recognition for the human right to family planning. Humanium is taking the occasion to celebrate the United Nations’ …

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Children of Burkina Faso

Details: The population of Burkina Faso is strikingly young, with the average age being 21.8 years. Those under 14 thus represent 44.6% of the population (World Bank, 2019). Burkina Faso is one of the poorest countries in the world. This level of poverty translates into a weak economy and low levels of human development.

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Children of Mexico

Details: Half the Mexican population lives below the poverty line.This alarming figure reveals deep social inequalities which are embedded in Mexican society. Indeed, the country’s wealth is unevenly distributed, thus dividing the country in two with the poorest …

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Children of Haiti

Details: Haiti is one of the least developed and poorest countries in the world; 65% of the Haitian population lives below the poverty line.. Economic hardship, coupled with political instability, has compounded the impact of natural disasters on the condition of Haitian children, particularly in terms of health, education, welfare, etc.. Right to health

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Children of Guatemala

Details: In Guatemala, 56% of the population lives below the poverty line. This situation affects most severely the children of minorities. Poverty has many consequences on the lives of children: health problems, malnutrition, and obligation to work …

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Children of Angola

Details: 40% of the Angolan population lives below the poverty line. This problem create large disparities between Angolans. Most of the population must fight to survive while a small few hoard most of the country’s wealth. This very disparate economy is mainly the result of the oil trade. In fact, this country is the number one African exporter.

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Children of Peru

Details: 35% of the population in Peru live below the poverty line. So, in spite of a recent economic boom throughout the country, some Peruvians still have not escaped their precarious situations. Many families are affected by unemployment, and as such, find themselves without resources.

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Children of Norway

Details: Norway’s population, like that of many other countries, has a number of minority groups. As a result, Norway’s Kvens (descendants from Finnish fishermen), the Sámi (also known as Lapons), Jews and Romanies frequently face discrimination.

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Children of Afghanistan

Details: Almost one half of the Afghan population (46%) lives below the poverty line. According to UN statistics, Afghanistan is the second poorest country in the world. The gross national income per citizen equals 370 dollars per year. By way of example, a judge or a teacher earns about 50 dollars per month. Health

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Children in the World

Details: The global children’s right situation, by country. Today, there are more than 2.2 billion children on Earth. Nearly two billion of these live in a developing country. Depending on the country in which they reside, a child will not enjoy the same rights or conditions of life as their Western counterparts. Many regions and countries in the

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Children of Nepal

Details: Main problems faced by children in Nepal : Poverty. Almost half the population of Nepal lives below the poverty line and cannot fulfill their families’ needs. Life for these people deteriorates daily in the face of unrest in the streets, inflation, etc. As victims of poverty, the children are in their hour of greatest need.

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Children of Vietnam

Details: Vietnam is currently experiencing a large increase in population, with the result that more and more people are seeking healthcare services. In 2008, only 42% of the population had healthcare coverage. Today, coverage is free, in theory, for all children under the age of 6, but in practice, access to services is still quite variable.

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Children of Chad

Details: The primary school age population is 1,914,000 in a population of 12,142,00 inhabitants. With regards to barriers to education, many factors can be pointed out: poverty, rural locations, lack of resources, quality of service, low skilled teachers, teachers’ absenteeism, infrastructure and overcrowding in classrooms with an average of 64 children to 1 classroom in urban areas and …

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Minority Children and Indigenous Peoples

Details: A population is designated as a minority when it has a numeric inferiority and when it possesses its own identity. This notion may be used in several areas, for example: a linguistic minority, a religious minority, a political minority… A minority group seeks, in principle, to preserve and cultivate its differences and interests.

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Children of Sweden

Details: Swedish children and teenagers are becoming increasingly affected by obesity. A study from 2011, the first of its kind to be carried out in the country, revealed that 17% of children of 7-9 years of age were overweight and 3% were obese. These weight issues are the cause of several health concerns, including heart, lung and joint problems.

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Children of Malaysia

Details: Population: 29,95 million Pop. ages 0-14: 29,1 %. Life expectancy: 75 years Under-5 mortality rate: 9 %. Main problems faced by children in Malaysia: Poverty. Many children in Malaysia suffer from poverty. Although the country has made significant efforts to improve the situation, UNICEF estimates that more than 72,000 children under the age of

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Children of Philippines

Details: Population: 105,7 million Pop. ages 0-14: 34 %. Life expectancy: 68,7 years Under-5 mortality rate: 22

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Children of United Arab Emirates

Details: According to UNICEF information, the entire population of UAE is literate, and the rate of schooling is equally high for boys as well as girls. However, the UN has criticized the fact that certain types of education are not accessible to girls. Furthermore, children of foreign workers are mostly from non-Arab countries (India, Bangladesh, etc.).

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Children of Jamaica

Details: The high rate of unemployment in Jamaica elevates the instability of the population as well as crime and gang problems, particularly drugs. Right to education. Despite its progress, Jamaica has yet to tackle many challenges so that it can offer every child …

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Children of Iraq

Details: A quarter of the Iraqi population lives under the poverty line.Hence, it is estimated that about 3.5 million children are affected by poverty. This has caused serious problems especially for children because it renders them incapable of enjoying their most basic rights.

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Children of Brazil

Details: The population is under constant threat from drug dealers who rule the neighborhoods. Confrontations between gangs and police forces are frequent and are accompanied by shootings. The numerous incidences of shooting and the intensity of the violence exposes children to physical and mental risk and to extreme psychological trauma.

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Children of Panama

Details: In 2008, 32% of the population lived below the poverty line. Many children and adolescents are directly affected by this lack of equality, especially children in the most far-flung rural regions and those of indigenous populations.

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Children in urban districts or rural areas

Details: Rural zones include the entire population, territory and other resources of the countryside – in other words, the areas located outside of the large, urbanized centers. Child malnutrition. Malnutrition is a common pathological condition in both rural and urban areas.

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Children of Colombia

Details: Main problems faced by children in Colombia: Poverty . 45% of the population of Colombia lives below the poverty line. Although the country possesses much wealth, it is shared very unequally, and conditions are aggravated by the regular armed conflicts and frequent natural disasters it …

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Children of Monaco

Details: A large majority of the population is urbanely centered and access to primary health care and education is available to all children. Poor demographic growth, in particular a lower than E.U. average birth rate explains why Monaco has few children with just 12,1% of the population being under 14 and 2% under 5.

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Children of Iceland

Details: In spite of some advances relating to health, the number of obese children and adolescents remains very high.According to a 2006 study, 14.5% of children ages 11 to 15 were considered obese or overweight. The unnecessary weight gains can lead to serious health problems, adversely affecting the heart, lungs, and joints.

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Children of Mali

Details: Malnutrition is the number one cause of infant mortality. Acute malnutrition makes up 15% of the cases in Mali, and 20% of children are born underweight. Additionally, about 30% of the population has no access to potable water, which is the cause of many diseases.

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Children of Venezuela

Details: Corporal punishment is widely accepted by the Venezuelan population. It is still practiced, specifically by parents who cannot imagine alternative means to punish, or reason with, their children. Corporal punishment can have serious physical and mental repercussions for children. In addition, many children are victims of domestic violence and

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Children of Palestine

Details: In Palestine, the infant mortality rate is seven times higher than that of Israel. Indeed, 22 ‰ of Palestinian children die before the age of five.The causes of this high infant mortality rate are varied: anemia, nutritional deficiencies or even severe malnutrition.. Access to health care services can prove extremely problematic in Palestine due to the presence of the wall and …

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Children of Honduras

Details: Basic sanitation. Not all households have access to safe drinking water or basic sanitation, particularly in remote areas. In 2008, more than 23% of the population in rural areas did not have drinking water.. Adolescents. A high suicide rate among young people, particularly adolescents, as well as a high risk of maternal mortality due to illegal abortions, has been observed.

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Children of Liberia

Details: Liberia has a long way ahead to ensure the effective recognition and implementation of the rights of the child. The important role of traditional and cultural practices in Liberian society and the very young age of the population (41% under the age of 15 years, median age 19,1) (World Bank, 2019) creates significant challenges for children and children’s rights in Liberia.

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Children of Argentina

Details: In Argentina, 7% of the population lives on less than US$1 a day (International Library of Congress, 2020). UNICEF estimates that Covid-19 will increase Argentina’s poor children by over 7 million, with 400,000 children predicted to fall into extreme poverty, meaning their basic food needs will not be covered.

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Children of Chile

Details: Chilean living standards have improved considerably in recent years. Even so, 18% of the population still lives below the poverty line.Poor families have not adequately benefited from the country’s economic growth, nor do they have access to goods and essential services (healthcare, education, etc.).

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Children of Switzerland

Details: Switzerland has the reputation of being a rich country: yet, almost 9% of the population lives below the poverty line. According to the Swiss Federal Statistical Office, 4.4% of children between 0 and 17 years of age are the recipients of social assistance, which also represents the age group that is most affected by poverty.

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The Rights of the Child

Details: The recognition of the child’s interest and their rights became a reality on 20 November 1989 with the adoption of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child which is the first international legally binding text recognizing all the fundamental rights of the child.. Children’s rights: human rights

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Children of Lebanon

Details: The well-being of children has largely been undermined by these geopolitical circumstances, although it is slowly improving. Lebanon still has a long way to go to reach an ideal situation, with full protection of the rights of children. Realization of Children’s Rights Index : 8,07 /10. Orange level : Noticeable problems. Population: 4,1 million.

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