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Reasons for becoming a single parent include divorce, break-up, abandonment, death of the other parent, childbirth by a single woman or single-person adoption.A single parent family is a family with children that is headed by a single parent.Become part of a dynamic and passionate community today and we'll help you find your perfect match!IMPORTANT ITEMS TO NOTE: * This Speed Dating event will only run when enough people have expressed interest *A date has not been set for this event *When a date is set participants will need to register and give payment in order for their spot to be saved Notify me when available Hello and welcome to Single in the City! In 2016/17, the proportion of children living in a single-parent household varied between 6% and 28% in the different OECD countries, with an OECD country average of 17%.It was lowest in Turkey (2015, 6%), Greece (8%), Croatia (8%) and Poland (10%), while it was highest in France (23%), United Kingdom (23%), Belgium (25%), Lithuania (25%), United States (27%) and Latvia (28%). Among children living in a single-parent household, most live primarily with their mother, others primarily with their father, while other children have a shared parenting arrangement where they spend an approximately equal amount of time with their two parents.Inadequate access to mental health care services is prevalent amongst impoverished women.
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It was highest in Belgium (17%), Iceland (19%), Slovenia (20%), France (22%), Norway (23%) and Sweden (36%), while it was lowest in Lithuania (4%), Ireland (5%), Poland (5%), Estonia (7%), Austria (7%) and the United Kingdom (8%). In 2005/06, the proportion of 11-15 year old children living in a shared parenting arrangement versus with only one of their parents varied between 1% and 17%, being the highest in Sweden.
It was 5% in Ireland and the United States, and 7% in Canada and the United Kingdom.
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Among households with children in 2005/09, the proportion of single-parent households was 10% in Japan, 16% in the Netherlands, 19% in Sweden, 20% in France, 22% in Denmark, 22% in Germany, 23% in Ireland, 25% in Canada, 25% in the United Kingdom, and 30% in the United States. In all OECD countries, most single-parent households were headed by a mother.