Nigeria, India, Pakistan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are the four most affected countries based on current infections, but more than a third of these deaths – 4.1 million deaths can be prevented by vaccination, effective treatment or good nutrition. At the University account.
Researchers have predicted a high level of future pulmonary infections according to WHO's "lifesaving" models.
In the last 12 years, about 10,865,728 babies die of pneumonia, ending 1.730,000 deaths in Nigeria, followed by 1,710,000 in India, followed by Pakistan with 706,000, Democratic Republic of Congo (635,000).
More than 880,000 children died last year, according to Save the Children, which killed more children than malaria, diarrhea, and measles. Due to the disease, worldwide, often without seconds.
Paul Ronald, Director General of Child Protection Australia, says: "About one million children die each year because they have evidence that they have knowledge and resources to survive, with vaccine and antibiotics worth only 54 children in the United States. Children live in poorer cities, where they are not nourished or are in danger of being injured.