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The Czech Republic has the highest fertility rate of the Centrope countries with 1.71 births per woman, followed by Slovakia (1.56) and Hungary (1.49). Austria brings up the rear with 1.46 births per woman (data source: World Bank, 2019).
Map of the month June: International Children's Day
Children’s Day, celebrated annually in honour of children, was first proclaimed 1925 in Geneva during the World Conference on Child Welfare. Since 1950, it is celebrated on 1 June in most countries. We take a look at the percentage of children on municipality level in the Centrope region. Remarkably high percentages can be detected in Jihomoravský (Brno region) and Bratislavský kraj. There are also municipalities with a higher percentage of children around Győr, but interestingly the rate in Győr itself is lower. Also the North of the Austrian region part shows a lower percentage of children in the Weinviertel and Waldviertel regions. The map is available through our geoportal map.centropemap.org.
CentropeMAP/STATISTICS is a cross-border information system and free geoportal of the Austrian Planning Association East (PGO) which gives planners, decision makers, researchers, teachers, students and everyone else interested a better overview of the Centrope region.
CentropeMAP is a geoportal connecting the region by collecting web map services from the partner countries. The services are brought together in a single map viewer and allow the user to experience a cross-border working area with dozens of data layers dealing with all topics which could be of interest for regional planners and similar professions. Layers are coming from the fields of biota, boundaries, elevation, imagery/base maps, inland waters, planning/cadastre, structure, and transportation.
CentropeSTATISTICS is the only available free web tool to visualise cross-border statistical data in its own connected geoportal allowing the user to influence the way of visualisation in multiple ways in the Centrope region. CentropeSTATISTICS can not only create maps, it also serves charts which are interactively created from the data in the cross-border database. For the Czech Republic, CentropeSTATISTICS does not only cover the Centrope county Jihomoravský, but also features data from the counties Vysočina and Jihočesky which are also adjacent or close to the Austrian border.