Neonatal Mortality: Understanding the Challenges and Pursuing Solutions

Author(s): Fanos Vassilios

Neonatal mortality, defined as the death of an infant within the first 28 days of life, remains a pressing global health issue. Despite significant progress in reducing child mortality, neonatal deaths continue to account for a substantial proportion of child deaths worldwide. This article aims to shed light on the challenges associated with neonatal mortality, explore its causes, and discuss potential solutions to improve newborn survival rates.