Hundreds of millions of children are better off today than 20 years ago.
That is according to a new global report ranking the best and worse countries for children based on factors like health, child labor, and teen pregnancy.
It shows that since 2000 circumstances for children have improved in 173 of 176 countries.
In fact, there has been progress in all areas but one, children suffering due to conflict.
The US was ranked 36th thanks to a decline in teen births, school dropout rates, chronic malnutrition, and child marriage.
Singapore tops the list as the country that does the most to protects its children while the Central African Republic does the least.