Child injury is an emerging public health issue in Bangladesh. Today, the biggest killer of Bangladeshi children between age 1 and 18 is injury. The progress Bangladesh has made in the reduction of child mortality from infectious diseases has revealed that accidents and injuries are now a major concern for child survival. Reducing injury mortality has been highlighted as a strategic intervention for Bangladesh to achieve the fourth millennium development goal (MDG) to reduce the under-5 mortality rate to 51 per 1,000 live births by 2015. In this study an attempt has been made to identify the different factors associated with child injury occurrence in Bangladesh. The children are defined in this study as infants and children of all ages, up to their 18th birthday (0-17 years old). This study employs mainly statistical methods to identify the factors affecting child injury in Bangladesh using some sophisticated techniques so that policy makers can make the recommendations for the policy implementation to reduce child injuries and identify the ways of controlling injuries and prescribe better injury prevention strategy.