The Child and Youth Well-Being Index is a tool developed by the Youth Development Institute in order to have a radiography of the situation and the conditions in which children and youth aged 0-21 live in Puerto Rico and to help guide this public sector out of invisibility. The Index is composed of 27 indicators and establishes a comparison between Puerto Rico, the 50 states of the United States, and Washington DC.Read More Read More Read More
Similar to the Child & Youth Well-Being Index, the interactive Municipal Index Map establishes comparisons between Puerto Rico and the 78 municipalities in 17 of the 27 indicators available in the Child & Youth Well-Being Index. The Interactive Map shows trends on a geographic level, in each one of the 17 municipal indicators.Read More Read More Read More
This profile is an approach to the issue of child poverty in Puerto Rico with a focus on the local context and looks at the employability, income, and education of parents with children in poverty.
This profile is based of two subjects: (1) children living in poverty and (2) children living above the poverty level; it establishes clear comparisons in multiple living conditions.Read More Read More Read More
Kids Count is the Annie E. Casey Foundation project focused on making statistics related to children and youth across the 50 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. On this page you will find statistics about Puerto Rico on multiple topics about family, poverty, health, education, among others, with a visualization map, graphs and trends.
The statistics area contains over 140 indicators of interest related to: economy, family, education, health and safety in children, youth and their families. Similar to the Municipal Index, this tool establishes comparisons with data available for Puerto Rico and the 78 municipalities.