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Neonatal deaths attributable to particulate air pollution worldwide 2019, by region

Air pollution exposure is responsible for thousands of premature infant deaths every year worldwide. Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia have by far the highest rates of neonatal deaths attributable to air pollution. In Sub-Saharan Africa, approximately 80 percent of these deaths were caused by household air pollution from sources such as burning solid fuels for cooking.

Deaths attributable to particulate matter among babies in their first month of life worldwide, by region

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Release date

2020

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2019

Supplementary notes

Figures are for babies under one month old
Figures have been rounded

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