Resources Library

Reports

Fighting for Breath – A Call to Action to Stop Children Dying of Pneumonia

Country briefings

Data

Pneumonia Visualizer Toolkit can be used to visualize data related to pneumonia incidence, mortality, prevention and treatment. This toolkit includes indicators related to pneumonia incidence, mortality due to pneumonia, WASH, nutrition, immunization, care-seeking and solid cooking fuel usage. Data are available at country-level, and are encouraged to be utilized and disseminated for key stakeholders in-country to drive discussions and decisions around child pneumonia programmes and policies.

Video resources

  • Masimo/United4Oxygen Allianceview video / view channel
  • ZMQ/Philips video India – Beloved Munna (प्यारा मुन्ना) (new campaign to educate mothers): view video
  • “la Caixa” foundation + UNICEF: view video
  • McCann Global Health – teaching videoview video
  • HO2PE: Oxygen gives life – campaign resourcesview video
  • Philips India campaign video to educate parentsview video
  • Here’s Why Pneumonia Is Still So Deadly – Videos – Seekerview video

Partner resources

“The Missing Piece” a report on why continued neglect of pneumonia threatens the achievement of health goals

2019 Pneumonia and Diarrhea Progress Report Card, International Vaccine Access Center, John Hopkins University

Save The Children: Fighting for Breath Report for 2018

University of Southampton

Sizing Up Pneumonia Investment 2018 Report

A 2018 report covering global pneumonia investments R&D. This report was launched and presented at the 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting organised by Save the Children and UNICEF UK.

It includes an analysis of 16 years of funding trends for infectious disease research and shows pneumonia as receiving around 3% of public and philanthropic R&D spend. The investment in pneumonia was far less, compared to burden of disease, than other infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis.

We all have a role to play in ending preventable child pneumonia deaths by 2030