As part of our goal to reduce the number of unintentional injury victims to zero, we prioritize children. In 2019, and for the sixth time in the last 7 years, unintentional drowning, submersion and suffocation were the leading cause of unintentional child mortality in Spain. In 2020, the last year for which this information was available at the beginning of January 2022 (when this report was written), a total of 134 children between 0 and 14 years of age died from external causes in Spain, according to data from the Spanish National Statistics Institute (INE). To raise public awareness of this issue, we have produced the report Panorama de la seguridad infantil (años 1990-2019) (Child safety outlook (1990-2019). Learn more and help us to achieve Goal Zero.