Pneumonia Monday experts warned on World Day that they committed to this lung infection if they would continue to kill about 11 million children under 5 by 2030 if the current trend continues.
With a total of 10.8 million deaths expected, Johns Hopkins vs. US college and NGO Save the Children predicts that 1.7 million people will be registered in both Nigeria and India.
700,000 children in Pakistan and 635,000 children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo can die from this disease.
Pneumonia is an acute respiratory infection that affects the lungs. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), this is the first cause of child mortality that accounts for 15% of all deaths in children under five.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that 922,000 children under the age of five died of pneumonia in 2015.
The disease can be caused by viruses, germs and fungi.
WHO says it can be prevented through immunizations, improved nutritional status and improved environmental factors.
According to the study, 4.7 million children, including worldwide immunization coverage, access to antibiotics, and nutrition for children most exposed to this risk, can be obtained through these measures.
Kevin Watkins, director of Save the Children, demanded a sharp fall in vaccine prices, saying: "It is amazing that about one million children die every year due to overcoming diseases.