Finland has climbed from the sixth place to the first place in the Save the Children’s annual The State of the World’s Mothers report. Finland was named a best place in the world for mothers amongst 176 countries. Sweden was number two and Norway number three.
The Mother’s Index compares countries based on how well they save lives of mothers and their new-born babies. It also assesses mothers’ well-being using indicators of maternal health, under-five mortality, levels of women’s education, income, and political status.
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