The issues
Single mothers face

in Japan

One in seven children in Japan lives in poverty

Poverty is a state of condition in which people are forced to live on less than half of the standard income in society.

Japan has the 9th highest poverty rate among the 34 OECD countries.The fact is the poverty rate of single mothers is the highest in any of the 34 OECD countries.

According to the "Nationwide Survey on Single parent household" (done by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare),
the average annual income of single-mother households is 37% of the average income of all households.
In terms of living condition, when you combine the number of mothers responded either "very difficult" or "somewhat difficult", nearly 80% of single mother families said they were having difficulty making ends meet.

The amount of savings by single parent household

  • 48% of them have less than

    500,000 yen
  • 8% of them have less than

    between 1 to 2 million yen
  • 7% of them have less than

    between 500,000 and 1,000,000 yen
  • 21% are "unknown"
  • 6% are others
48% of them have less than 500,000 yen

Various issues single mothers face

Single mothers and fathers face many problems.Those problems are causing a negative cycle.
What we try to do is reverse that negative cycle by creating stability in household incomes to save the children from poverty.

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