Nigeria Enters List Of Most Dangerous Countries to Bring Children Into the World + Full List

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Nigeria has gained itself more negative publicity in the media again.

Out of 178 countries in the world, Nigeria is 171 – making it one of the most dangerous countries in the world to bring a child into.

This new report was by Save the Children‘s 15th annual State of the World’s Mothers Report.

Finland is the safest place, followed by Norway, Sweden and Iceland.

10 African countries round up the list of 178 countries, making them the worst countries.

Nigeria and Democratic Republic of Congo account for a staggering 20 percent of child deaths.

At 178, Somalia is the most dangerous country for pregnant women and young children in the world. This is due to natural disaster as well as persistent conflict.

The report also states that six percent of women in the African country are likely to die of a maternal cause, and a staggering 15 percent of children will perish before they turn five.

Health, education and the economy in all 178 nations help determine which are the safest and happiest for mothers and children to live in.

See lists below: –

The Top 10
1. Finland
2. Norway
3. Sweden
4. Iceland
5. Netherlands
6. Denmark
7. Spain
8. Germany
9. Australia*
9. Belgium * (tied)

Bottom 10
169. Cote d’Ivoire
170. Chad
171. Nigeria
172. Sierra Leone
173. Central African Republic
174. Guinea-Bissau
175. Mali*
175. Niger* (tied)
177. Democratic Republic of Congo
178. Somalia