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+ Deaths from Diarrheal Disease in children under 5 years By: Abdulla Al Qahtani 6A
+ Purpose Increase awareness, and shed the light on the importance of noticing the major effect of diarrheal deaths in children, due to the lack of education and sanitation and the growing neglect of the developing countries.
+ Countries of Choices The Choices of comparison are India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Nepal. They belong in the same region and have poor education and poor medical care. They all have low sanitation and low hygiene care. The countries are of big population with a high number of villages, religions and traditions.
+ Diarrheal Disease Diarrhea is sever water loss from the body. It affects children who are under 5 years are most affected. Caused from Infection, Malnutrition, Person to Person contamination, or Unsanitary water drinking and seafood. Symptoms are dehydration, Infection, Malnutrition, Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack, and Kidney Failure.
+ Can be cured by Rehydration, zinc supplements, nutrient-rich foods, consulting a health worker, access to safe drinking water, Improved sanitation, exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, good personal and food hygiene, health education about how infections spread, and rotavirus vaccination. It happens mostly In the low-income countries. There are three clinical types of diarrhea: Acute watery diarrhea – lasts several hours or days, and includes cholera. Acute bloody diarrhea – also called dysentery. Persistent diarrhea – lasts 14 days or longer.
+ Countries of Study India with a population of 1,205,073,612. Bangladesh with a population of 161,083,804. Afghanistan with a population of 30,419,928. Nepal with a population of 29,890,686. They all lay in the Southern Asia, all with low income and poor medical care.
+ Number of Deaths from Diarrheal Disease in children under 5 Countries1 Year1 Month1 Week1 Day1 Hour Afghanistan Nepal India Bangladesh The number of deaths is high once it was broken down to days and weeks. It shows the prevalence of such disease and the impact of deaths that occur each day. These numbers are only from the reported deaths, however there are many more of deaths in out side villages that die from diarrhea each day.
+ Findings India has the highest rate of deaths, as it has the highest population between the comparing countries. Although Afghanistan has a lower population than Bangladesh, but it has a higher rate of deaths, which is due to the civil war that affected them. Nepal has the lowest rate of deaths as it has a lower population. All four countries have a high percent of deaths in relation to their population.
+ What I am asking for? UNs notification and expertise. Obligatory Education. Charities help. First Aid supplies. Extra funds. Clean water supply to all. Better waste disposal.
+ How to defend? UNs notification to understand the importance of the issue. The country needs to be educated by the importance of prevention and sanitation, all children and mothers have to be forced to be educated. Charities should supply more health care routines to help over come symptoms of diarrhea. First Aid supplies to help control wounds and injuries. Extra funds are needed to help in the health care expenses and supplies, and to fund schools and educators. Clean water supply to all, to prevent water or piping contamination. Better waste disposal to prevent waste to person contamination.
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