According to Save the Children, Finland, Norway and Sweden are the countries where mothers live better. The worst are Somalia and other countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Italy rises to 11th place. Black Mesh also to Syria and the Philippines.
Finland is the country with better living conditions for mothers and children. A follow other North European countries: Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Netherlands, Denmark. The countries where you’re worse are all sub-Saharan Africa: Somalia (last place in the standings), then going back the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), tied for Niger and Mali, Guinea Bissau and Central African Republic, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Chad.
Good placement for Italy which rises to 11th place after Northern Europe and Spain, both for the low rate of maternal and infant mortality and for the greater participation of women in politics.
This is what emerges from the classification of 2014, drawn up by the humanitarian organization Save the Children, the state of health of the mothers in the world. The factors on which the ranking is based: the health of the mother and the risk of death from childbirth, child well-being and mortality rate within 5 years, education, economic conditions and GDP per capita, political participation of women in government.
In Finland, Norway and Sweden are at the highest levels of both the health of women and children, their level of education, economic conditions, participation in political life and the world of work. Just below the podium is Iceland, then the Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, Germany, Australia and Belgium. Eleventh place, uphill, six positions Italy. [Read more…] about Finland is the best country for mothers and children