vs South Africa Parenting
Are we alike
In South Africa the mothers carry their children in a sling from age 0-3. In the US most parents stop carrying their child when they begin to walk. Most families in South Africa are nuclear, and extended families, American families are have a mixture of all types of family structures. Both countries love their children very much they show love and affection.Women and children sit alongside a road with food. Women are responsible for the care of infants, and they typically carry their babies on their backs.In South Africa they have an average of 5 children each. Extended families (which include parents) and kin from outside the nuclear family, also appear to be common in asia, the middle East, South America and Sub-Saharan Africa , but not in other regions of the world. Suoth Africa the socieconomic indicators measure the material, human, and government resoures that support family and child well-being. The socieconomic indicators highlighted in our study include poverty; undernourishment (as a marker of material deprivation); parental education and employment; and public family benefits.
Brooklyn Pryor, Malik Poindexter ,Alvaro Morales