Child poverty reaching crisis levels in nzm
In 2011, the rate had reached 14.8%, rising by an additional 1.8%.
Child poverty reached crisis levels in all regions except the city of Kingston.
Risk factors: In 2010 and 2011, almost half (48.9%) of children living in extreme poverty were born to unmarried parents; the largest proportion (48.7%넷마블 포커) was of mothers who were working or employed.
Mental health problems were the most common (32.5%).
In 2011, a total of 38.5% of children were living in extreme poverty as a result of low income; the largest proportion (38.0%) was of children living from low to middle income households.
The results for each region are as follows:
In 2010, 8.8% of all children aged less than 18 were in extreme poverty and 11.6% of all children aged 18 to 59 (18-29.9).
In 2011, 10.6% of all children were in extreme poverty as a result of low income.
The proportion of children in extreme poverty increased from 5.9% to 11.6% for all but five metropolitan regions, and decreased by 1.2% for all seven local Government areas.
In 2011, 6.9% of children were living in extreme poverty as a result of low to middle income households; the largest proportion (6.1%) was of children from low to middle income households.
Data source: National Child Poverty Report 2010 (Cape Town, 2014)
Data source: National Child Poverty Report 2011 (Cape Town, 2011)
In 2009, 5.4% of children aged less than 16 lived in extreme poverty in the city of Johannesburg, the highest proportion (21.5%) living in this region. A total of 6.9% of children aged under 12 lived in this region.
In 2011, 8.3% of children aged 18-59 (18-29.9) lived in extreme poverty and 4.2% of all children aged 14-19 (29-39) in the city of Cape Town.