90 percent of the children under the age of one affected by Ebola died.
The study is done by World health organization and Imperial College London.
According to the study, the chances of children getting infected by the disease is very less, but if infected then the chances of survival are equally less.
This virus causes hemorrhagic fever and induces internal and external bleeding.
The study revealed that the virus has killed 90 percent of the infants and around 80 percent of the children age between one to four years.
Since the outbreak began more than a year, it has killed 10,000 people among the 23,000 people who have contracted Ebola.
The counties which are badly affected by Ebola are the West African nations of Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
During the week seventy nine new cases are confirmed of Ebola in the three countries but this the lowest weekly total recorded this year.
WHO said the outbreak seems to come under control but Guinea remains a concern for them.
WHO has also cautioned authorities and asked them to stay vigil and identify the sources of new cases and isolate them immediately.