A Future Fit For Children report is a landmark report released by a commission convened by WHO, UNICEF and The Lancet.
The first 33 positions are occupied by high-income countries starting with Norway, South Korea, the Netherlands, France, Ireland, Denmark, Japan, Belgium, Iceland and the UK.
No low-middle-income (LMIC) country figures in the first 50 positions. Moldova is the first LMIC to figure in the list at 51st rank. India’s rank is 131st among 180 countries.
‘Healthy childhood’ has been measured by the ‘Flourishing Index’ which includes measures for child survival and well-being such as health, education, and nutrition.
The healthy environment has been measured by ‘Sustainability Index’, including a proxy for greenhouse gas emissions.Download