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Nutrition for kids

Why early life investment matters, and what we should do about it.

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Let’s leave no child behind

Mission Indradhanush is a successful intervention in scaling up immunisation for full coverage.

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India missed 2015 child mortality target: Lancet report

India has the highest number of child deaths in the world, with an estimated 1.2 million deaths in 2015 — 20 per cent of the 5.9 million global deaths.

India among leaders in reducing child mortality: Report

India has made a steady progress in reducing
deaths in children younger than 5 years.

90 million children saved,UN target still out of reach

A UN report says renewed sense of urgency is required if 2015 goal is to be achieved.

One-fifth of deaths of children under five worldwide occur in India: UN report

Globally,from more than 12 million deaths in 1990,the number has halved to 6.6 million.

23% child mortality due to environmental degradation: WB

Annual cost of environmental degradation in India amounts to about Rs 3.75 Trillion

Preventable child deaths can be nearly eliminated in 10 years

Global health efforts saved over 50 million child lives,half of them from pneumonia and diarrhea.

‘5,000 kids under 5 die in India daily’

Despite an improvement in child mortality figures,5,000 children under the age of five die in India everyday due to preventable causes….