In India, 1.19 lakh children became ‘orphans’ in 14 months: The Lancet’s big claim – 90751 children lost their father and 25,500 children lost their mother between 1 March 2020 to 30 April 2021

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The report said that in countries other than South Africa, men died more than women. Especially of middle age and elderly parents.

In the first 14 months of the corona pandemic (1 March 2020 to 30 April 2021), more than 1.5 million children in 21 countries, including 1.19 lakh children in India, lost their parents or guardians who looked after them. This study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is published in the famous health journal The Lancet.

The study claimed that 25,500 children in India lost their mother, while 90,751 lost their father due to Kovid-19. At the same time, there are 12 children who lost both parents. According to the report, 2,898 Indian children lost their grandparents/grand-grandparents while nine children lost both. Worldwide, there are 11.34 lakh children who have lost their parents or custodial grandparents/grandparents. Of these, 10.42 lakh children lost their mother, father or both. Worldwide, 15.62 million children have lost a parent or caregiver, or a living grandparent/grandparent (or other relative).

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More men than women died in countries except Africa

The countries with the most children lost one or both of their parents. Africa, Peru, America, India, Brazil and Mexico. Rate of loss of primary caregivers Peru, d. More in Africa, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Iran, America, Argentina and Russia. In India, the parental or guardian feeding rate per 1000 children is 0.5 percent. This other d. Africa (6.4), Peru (14.1), Brazil (3.5), Colombia (3.4), Mexico (5.1), Russia (2.0) and America (1.8). The report said that in countries other than South Africa, men died more than women. Especially of middle age and elderly parents.

The countries with the most children lost one or both of their parents. Africa, Peru, America, India, Brazil and Mexico. Rate of loss of primary caregivers Peru, d. More in Africa, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Iran, America, Argentina and Russia. In India, the parental or guardian feeding rate per 1000 children is 0.5 percent. This other d. Africa (6.4), Peru (14.1), Brazil (3.5), Colombia (3.4), Mexico (5.1), Russia (2.0) and America (1.8). The report said that in countries other than South Africa, men died more than women. Especially of middle age and elderly parents.

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