A report on the rights of child rights in India (N.d.) indicates that of the twenty-one million children who are born in India, eight million die out of various diseases. This is way too high as it accounts for one out of five deaths in the entire globe (Jain, N.d.).
There is some sort of negligence on the government’s side to defend the rights of these groups considering that much research has been conducted in line with the same problem, and success attained in other parts of the world.
In line with the realization of the great damages posed by deadly, highly infectious diseases such as polio and malaria inter alia, various interest groups including individual scholars, governments, as well as non-governmental organizations have embarked on conducting research in this field. Their efforts have yielded much progress with the establishment of the roots of the problems and the method of handling the same.