The health status of Egypt requires attention and requires critical solutions to help in mitigating its chronic problems. Egypt’s health statistics are significantly worse than countries with a comparable political and economic situation, such as Cuba, but are better than some other countries within the region with comparable population size, such as Libya. Nowadays, Egypt plays a leading role in the developing world in efforts to save the lives of its children.So, the current question is What is the effect of increasing government spending on health care services on of children mortality rate in Egypt? This paper attempts to study the relationship between the real per capita public health expenditures and of children mortality rates in Egypt over past ten years. The current study will rely on secondary data from the internet and statistical yearbook (CAPMAS), Egypt, UN data, and they produce results that are easy to compare and analyze. Some unavailable data such as government expenditure in 2008 have been forecasted using regression forecasting techniques.