Air Pollution is obviously bad for everybody, but children under the age of five with their young organs, immune systems and brains are particularly vulnerable at that stage of development. Children and babies are particularly at risk because pollution is concentrated low to the ground, and immune systems do not fully develop until around age five. According to the WHO, each year 570,000 children under five dies from respiratory infections caused by air pollution. But the real numbers a scarily larger when considering the children developing chronic respiratory disease like asthma, and allergies because of exposure to poor air quality. Many of us think of outdoor pollution as a problem that belongs to developing countries, but the reality is that More than 80% of people living in urban areas are exposed to air quality levels that exceed the safe limits. Brizi, the first of its kind portable air purifier, specially designed to protect infants in prams, strollers.