By M. Peden, K. Oyebite, J. Ozanne-Smith, A.A. Hyder, C. Branche, F. A. Rahman, F. Rivara, K. Bartolomeos
WHO and UNICEF have built this report back to increase expertise in regards to the significance, threat elements and affects of kid accidents globally, to attract recognition to the preventability of the matter and current what's recognized in regards to the effectiveness of intervention suggestions. The record makes options that may be carried out by way of all countries to successfully decrease baby injuries.The file compiles present knowledge–and highlights wisdom gaps–regarding numerous sorts of baby accidents and motion that are supposed to be taken to avoid them. it's was hoping that this record will lead to larger worldwide information and catalyze political will for motion at foreign, nationwide and native degrees to minimize the chance and severity of accidents for kids in every single place.
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A factory worker in a low-income country had to work 11 times as long as a counterpart in a highincome country to buy a bicycle helmet, while for a child safety seat 16 times as many hours’ work were required. Low-income countries manufacturing devices for export did not generally use spare plant capacity to produce devices for local consumption. Road safety improvements 3 20 WORLD REPORT ON CHILD INJURY PREVENTION Source: reference 186. Cost and cost-effectiveness analysis of interventions to reduce or mitigate child injuries is urgently called for.
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The prices of these devices varied widely and in many countries they were very expensive. A factory worker in a low-income country had to work 11 times as long as a counterpart in a highincome country to buy a bicycle helmet, while for a child safety seat 16 times as many hours’ work were required. Low-income countries manufacturing devices for export did not generally use spare plant capacity to produce devices for local consumption. Road safety improvements 3 20 WORLD REPORT ON CHILD INJURY PREVENTION Source: reference 186.
World Report on Child Injury Prevention by M. Peden, K. Oyebite, J. Ozanne-Smith, A.A. Hyder, C. Branche, F. A. Rahman, F. Rivara, K. Bartolomeos