One is too many

Ending child deaths from pneumonia and diarrhoea

Naem, 4, Aya, 2 and Duna, 6 (from left to right), displaced siblings from Ramadi, wait for their father inside Thi Al-Norain Mosque in Kirkuk.
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Highlights

Pneumonia and diarrhoea are responsible for the unnecessary loss of 1.4 million children each year. This report highlights current pneumonia and diarrhoea related mortality, and illustrates the startling divide between the children being reached and the considerable number of those left behind. By developing key protective, preventative and treatment interventions, collectively we are now equipped with the knowledge and the tools required to preventing child deaths due to these leading childhood killers. The report also provides recommendations to further accelerate progress in effective interventions and bridge the greatest gaps in equity.

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Cover page of One is too many report

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UNICEF

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English

ISBN

978-92-806-4859-1

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