India ranked 113 out of 176 countries in End of Childhood Index

According to the 3rd End of Childhood Index Global Childhood Report 2019, India ranked 113 in 176 countries with 769 scores out of 1000. The Index released on May 28, 2019, by ‘Save the Children’, a United Kingdom (13K) based non-profit organization which works for child rights.

The countries are decided on 8 parameters namely child mortality, malnutrition, lack of education, child labor, early marriage, adolescent birth, displacement by conflict and child homicide. Scores were out of 1000. The country topped Singapore with a score of 989 . 8 European countries figured among the top 10.South Korea at 10th position. The last rank is given to the Central African Republic 394.

India ranked fourth and Bhutan (98), Sri Lanka (56) and China (36). The rate of child marriage reduced to 25% The biggest score witnessed in Latvia and Estonia (both up 40 points from 927 to 967) and Lithuania (up 39 points from 934 to 973).

The top 10 countries at this End of Childhood Index are:
1- Singapore
2- Sweden
3- Finland
4- Norway
5- Slovenia
6- Germany
7- Ireland
8- Italy
9- South Korea
10- Belgium

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