Child Death Survey

The Child Death Survey is a confidential survey. The survey collects information on the circumstances surrounding the deaths of children. The survey is used to help identify ways to prevent child deaths and to improve the quality of care for children.

Time to complete

2 minutes

Eligibility

The survey is open to any parent or guardian of a child who died.

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Questions for Child Death Survey

1.

How many children under the age of 18 have died in the past year?

The answer should be a text input.
2.

How many of these deaths were due to accidents?

The answer should be a text input.
3.

How many of these deaths were due to injuries?

The answer should be a text input.
4.

How many of these deaths were due to medical causes?

The answer should be a text input.
5.

How many of these deaths were due to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)?

The answer should be a text input.
6.

How many of these deaths were due to abuse or neglect?

The answer should be a text input.
7.

How many of these deaths were due to Suicide?

The answer should be a text input.
8.

How many of these deaths were due to homicide?

The answer should be a text input.
9.

What are the leading causes of death for children?

The answer should be a text input.
10.

What can be done to prevent child deaths?

The answer should be a text input.

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Here are some FAQs and additional information
on
Child Death Survey

How often do children die?

There is no one answer to this question as death rates vary widely depending on the country and region. However, according to the World Health Organization, the global under-five mortality rate has declined dramatically over the past few decades, from 12.6 million deaths in 1990 to 6.3 million in 2012.

What are the leading causes of child death?

The leading causes of child death vary by region and country, but according to the World Health Organization, the top five causes of death for children under the age of five are pneumonia, diarrhoea, neonatal complications, malaria and HIV/AIDS.

How can child death be prevented?

There are a number of ways to prevent child death, including immunization, improved access to clean water and sanitation, and adequate nutrition.

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