A Unicef and Obra Social La Caixa production with the collaboration of Broadcaster Audiovisual Services


In some places of the world, pneumonia has no name. Mothers who know how to identify it are key in treating their children. Thanks to the Pneumonia Project, together we can diagnose thousands of children before it’s too late.

Pneumonia can be cured with a simple antibiotic, but first it needs to be diagnosed

The most serious problem in Nepal is the limited access to healthcare providers, moreover, not all of them have the means to diagnose pneumonia. This is why the Arida project is being developed, it is a programme that aids the diagnosis of acute respiratory infections.

In Nepal, there is virtually no access to adequate healthcare providers and facilities

In many countries and indigenous cultures, pneumonia is an infection or a word that they are not familiar with. They do not know how to explain their symptoms because they do not have any reference to illnesses, furthermore, pneumonia presents itself as a regular cough. This kind of training is vital for communities to recognise pneumonia and help mothers seek care as soon as possible.

We are innovating to diagnose childhood pneumonia before it is too late


Lupe Pérez


Valentí Roda


Sergio Caro


Natàlia Bonet


Cris Monclús, David Villarreal and Jaume Patrís

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