World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 90% of the children of the world …
World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 90% of the children of the world under age of 15 years breathe air that is so toxic it puts their health and development at serious risks.
Growing children consume more air as compared to adults. Air pollution can, therefore, damage every growing organ of a child’s body.
Air pollution can cause immediate health issues such as respiratory illness, stress to the lungs and to the heart.
Reducing air pollution levels can save children's lives.