Understand children's lives through the power of data. The Child Atlas brings you high-quality data at your fingertips, presented in an easy-to-use format, and alongside blogs and AI-generated explainers to make sense of the numbers.

Explore the AtlasOr select a country

Josephat*, 14

We hope that we can build a world where life is good and where no child is left behind.

Under-five mortality

Use the Child Atlas to:

visualise, compare, analyse, understand

Map inequalities

Explore the different ways inequality affects children's lives.

Overlap data

Understand how different topics are related to each other.

Hear from children

A child is not a number. Discover how children describe challenges they face.

map inequality

Explore how inequality affects children's lives in different ways and compare between countries, states and cities.

overlap data

Easily overlap indicators form different topics to see how they relate to each other. Form child mortality to climate risk.

child voices

Children are not numbers. Read how children describe their problems in first person.


We bring together publicly available and high-quality global and national data on topics important to children.

Go to Methodology

Our Blog

Contextual insights at your fingertips2024-05-28

Child rights are often particularly at risk in countries facing crises and insecurities. By integrating key contextual factors, the Child Atlas now offers a quicker and more intuitive way to see how crises like conflict, climate risk, and poverty intersect with children's lives.

Read Post
Girls on the Frontline: Are girls more likely to marry in conflict? 2024-07-11

Conflicts and humanitarian crises significantly heighten the risk of child marriage. Our research shows that girls in conflict zones are 20% more likely to marry, though the impact varies by region and country.

Read Post

Keep up to date with our work,
data stories, reports, and more.

Go to blog