By 2030, 11 million children will be infected with pneumonia.
880,000 children – more than two years – died of pneumonia in 2016.
Based on today's trend, 10.8 million children will be affected within five years within the next 12 years. Researchers from the University of Baltimore Jans Hopkins University and the Red Barnea Relief Organizers found that
It is only common in advanced countries affected by this disease. In developed countries, the majority of children suffer. Nigeria and India are the infected countries. Of these, 1.7 million children die. More than 700,000 children die in Pakistan and 635,000 in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Researchers have found that more than 4.1 million children can save when more antibiotics are available, even if the vaccination program is developed.