Children's world is better with green space: children go to school alone in Japan

Children's world is better with green space: children go to school alone in Japan, and spend more time with family in Spain

Feb 9, 2023 - 09:31
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Children's world is better with green space: children go to school alone in Japan

UNICEF has released a list of the best countries in the world to raise children. The Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Estonia and Finland have topped the 'World of the Child' report. The most important parameter in this report is health and pollution. The level of pollution in these countries is low, due to which children remain healthy. Parental leave is available in all countries. Today we are investigating what the governments and societies of these countries have done, due to which these countries have become an example in the world in terms of raising children.
In Japan, crimes like murder and road accidents are the least, people are polite with children.
Obesity and infant mortality among Japanese children are among the lowest in the world. Mami Macag of Tokyo, who lives in London, says - In Japanese cities, even a 6-year-old child goes to school alone, whether by bus or train. Here crimes like murder and road accidents are the lowest in the world. People are confident that their child will reach school and home safely. It is the culture of Japanese society to be polite to children.
The amount of pesticide in children's food in Estonia is among the lowest in the world. Green spaces and playgrounds in cities are then in America, Canada, and Britain. There is learning while playing with robotics and smart tablets.
In Spain, children are never stopped from shouting, crying or saying anything in public. The family takes them everywhere with them so that they can befriend new people. Spends more time with family.
Parent-teacher relations in Finland are among the best in the world. They talk to each other regularly about the development of the children. There are a lot of parks and green spaces in the cities. In which the family spends more time with the children.
In the Netherlands, children are sent to public events outside of school to socialize. This is the way to educate them. Group, club and community activities are a part of their life.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer