Recently, at the 72nd LLB ConferenceWorld Health OrganizationDeputy Foreign Minister Imanuel Del Rey, health undercommunicator Armando Bartolosi, and scientist Alto Moron of San Galacino Institute. That's it World Day Against Chieftain Diarrhea. It is an initiative to deal with easy-to-face illnesses and use it with simple strategies, but still represents a terrible plague. Alto Moro explained every year worldwide, About 535,000 children dieChildren below 5 years of age are diarrhea. "According to the WHO," there are only two thirds of deaths in Asia and Africa alone in 15 countries ". Minimum mortality rate is under 5 years of age. The death toll was 499, the Central African Republic (384) and Niger (376). In addition to safe drinking water and sanitation, the child's survival, growth and development are at stake without proper sanitation.
The professor around the world explained, More than 780 million people do not get drinking water 2.5 billion is not used for adequate sanitation. The most serious threat to diarrhea is the dehydration, which causes the body and nutrients to progress. Due to the inadequate washing condition, it is often associated with diarrhea or intestinal infections. Moron is "too easy to stop the death of over half the children". Vaccinations against Rhoda and rheumatoid arthritis will be provided. "But – the expert on the emphasis – why can not this innocent innocence face the threat? It would be a good start to start a world day against baby Chola.