Child Rights Governance

Monday 22 August 2016

New Report: China ranks 11th on child prosperity with promising outcomes for children in health, gender and employment dimensions




Save the Children calls for G20 Ministers at China summit to adopt pro-poor policies, makes tax fairer to promote child wellbeing

A new report ranks China eleventh out of the world’s 19 largest economies for child wellbeing, with strong outcomes in health, gender and employment dimensions relative to its peers. Germany ranked first for the second time running, while France was second and Japan third, according to the report of Save the Children’s Child Prosperity Index released on Friday.