The 10 Worst Countries To Raise Kids & Start A Family

While there are many unfit international territories in which to have children and raise a family, there are some to avoid at all costs. There are many factors to consider when determining which countries are the most unfit for bringing up children in, including overall safety, crime rate, healthcare systems, and the quality of education.

Taking into account countries with the worst quality of education, personal safety, national security, healthcare systems, poorest economies, and the countries with the worst overall quality of life according to prosperity.com, listed below are the 10 worst countries to raise a family.

 

1. The Central African Republic

The Central African Republic is right in the middle of Africa. It is ranked as having the worst healthcare system and educational systems, the Central African Republic comes in at 3rd worst on educational spending, with only 1.2% of its GDP (Gross Domestic Product) spent on education. It ranks as having the 5th worst economic system and is the third most dangerous country. With this being said, it’s safe to say that the Central African Republic is the worst international country to raise a family.

Overall quality of life: 2nd worst

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1 Response

  1. Namanya says:

    I don’t know what criteria you used to pick these countries, but truth be told the worst places to live in are in the western world where pple die of flu, sewage,drugs and related elements.

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