Posted by: APO | 5 June 2019

Only 6 per cent of children in Africa live in areas where air pollution is reliably measured at the ground-level

Only [6 per cent of children](https://arcg.is/DXqPC) in Africa live in areas where air pollution is reliably measured at ground-level, leaving half a billion children across the continent living in areas with no reliable means of measuring air quality, according to a new UNICEF [report](https://www.unicef.org/reports/silent-suffocation-in-africa-air-pollution-2019) released on World Environment Day.… Read more on https://africa-newsroom.com/press/only-6-per-cent-of-children-in-africa-live-in-areas-where-air-pollution-is-reliably-measured-at-the-groundlevel?lang=en


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