Municipal Child & Youth Well-Being Index of Puerto Rico

This tool presents 17 variables of the Child & Youth Well-Being Index of Puerto Rico, by municipality. Select the desired indicator in the drop-down menu to display the municipalities in better or worse condition, by color scale.

Interact and select a municipality on the map to know the data of each municipality, organized by the following dimensions: Economy, Education, Family, Health and Safety.

Puerto Rico

57.8%

Children under 18 years old below the poverty level [2013 - 2017]

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$19,257

Median family income with children under 18 years old [2013 - 2017]

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12.1%

Youth Without Employment and Not Enrolled. [2013 - 2017]

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48.3%

Children and teenagers less than 18 years old with at least one parent not in the labor force or unemployed [2013 - 2017]

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40.8%

Children between 3 to 4 years old not enrolled in school [2013 - 2017]

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7.8%

Children and teenagers between 3 and 17 years old not enrolled in school [2013 - 2017]

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3.8%

Teenagers between 16 and 19 years old not enrolled in school and without high school diploma [2013 - 2017]

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62.0%

Children and teenagers under 18 years living in monoparental families [2013 - 2017]

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8.7%

Reported maltreated children(*1,000) [2017]

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44.7%

Households with children under 18 years receiving food stamps [2013 - 2017]

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34.8%

Grandparents living with their grandchildren under 18 years and responsible of their needs [2013 - 2017]

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7.0%

Women 15 to 50 years who had a birth in the last 12 months and has an education less than high school graduate [2013 - 2017]

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7.8%

Infant Mortality Rate(*1,000) [2016]

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3.8%

Children under 18 years old with no medical insurance [2013 - 2017]

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24.4

Births in women under 20 years(*1,000) [2017]

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10.6

Low weight births(*1,000) [2017]

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50.0

Mortality rate in teenagers between 15 and 19 years old(*100,000) [2016]

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