happy refugee girl

A refugee schoolchild reacts to the camera as she and her classmates receive their new books on the first day of the school year at one of the UNRWA schools at a Palestinian refugee camp al Wehdat, in Amman, Jordan, on Sept. 1, 2016.

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Muhammad Hamed/Reuters

The international children's rights organization Save the Children recently released their "Girls' Opportunity Index," which rates the countries of the world where it is best and worst to be a girl.

The index, part of a broader report, makes its assessments using five common indicators: child marriage, teen pregnancy, maternal deaths, women's representation in parliament and girls' graduation rates in school.

We took a closer look at the data and designed the interactive tool below. How does your country rank?

 

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