The world is home to 2.2 billion children. Children in developing countries face often deadly complications in their early years as a result of poor healthcare. Child Mortality is the number of children who die by the age of five out of every thousand live births. Malnutrition, malaria, diarrhoea and pneumonia are some of the major causes of death and everyday struggles children face in the developing world. According to the UN Survey in 2007 that children in developing countries are thirteen times more likely to die in the first five years of life than those in developed countries. The children of Pakistan are also facing this deadly problem and Pakistani Government is also try to take some effective measures to decrease the rate of infant mortality in Pakistan.