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More than 42% of Brazilian children and youth live in poverty

 

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Marist publication highlights social conditions of child-youth population

15/04/2017: Brazil

On April 11, the fifth edition of the report CADE Brasil – Niños y Adolescentes en Datos y Estadísticas, a report on children statistics, was published in Brasilia. 

In the last six years, the data book, prepared by the Marist Province of Brazil Centro-Norte and partners, has been consolidated and updated to support the debate and the defence of the rights of children and adolescents in the country.

In 2016, CADE Brazil is aligned with the new United Nations Global Agenda for Development and Sustainable Development Objectives (ODS), presenting 52 of the 60 indicators of the Agenda, which will serve as a subsidy to monitor 11 of the 17 ODS, with a focus on the child population. 

CADE Brasil reveals, in 2014, a world of 42.43% of children and adolescents living in poverty and extreme poverty, which affects almost 15 million children under the age of 14.

For six years, the Marist Brothers and their associates have produced five editions of CADE Brazil. The information systematized in the document is collected from official sources. All the data of the 2016 report can be read at www.marista.edu.br/cade.

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