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The study, released on November 12, 2018, on the occasion of World Pneumonia Day, has found that due to this infectious disease, there is a chance of the death of 1.1 million children under five years of age by 2030.
Main facts of the report
This report has been released by A global study has warned that easily treatable disease pneumonia is expected to kill more than 17 lakh children in India by 2030. , 'Save the Children'.
According to this report, most deaths can occur in Nigeria, India, Pakistan and Democratic Republic of Congo.
According to this report from Save the Children, one-third of them, more than 4 million deaths, can easily be avoided by concrete steps to improve vaccination, treatment and nutritional rates.
It has been said in the report that more than the deaths of malaria, diarrhoea and measles, more deaths than this disease alone.
In the year 2016, 880,000 children died due to this disease. Most of these children were under two years of age.
According to the study, according to the current trend, by the year 2030, approximately 10,865,728 children may die.
It says that the maximum number of 17,30,000 children in Nigeria, 17,10,000 children in India, 7,06,000 children in Pakistan and 635,000 children can die in Congo.
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