We seek to build a global network to minimize illness and mortality in newborn infants. We will discuss, collaborate, and extend our thinking beyond immediate issues. We will need to unite beyond diversity related to cultural backgrounds, age, ethnicity, color, abilities, religion, socioeconomic status, culture, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We will build a mass movement, shared with colleagues not only in medicine and nursing fields, but also in all non-medical professions – with everyone whose heart beats for babies.

We will be a catalyst for change. Our goals will be broad and flexible, but at the same time, focused and defined. We will together identify the needs of each region, and address those with tailored solutions designed per experience of the local expertise. A global organization will strengthen the voice, enable collaborations with, and seek support from governments and the larger society. We know that each time we lose an infant, we lose an entire life and its potential.

The Global Newborn Society seeks to be a worldwide network focused on minimizing illness and mortality in newborn infants. We will work together to solve current problems, but will also extend our thinking beyond the immediate crises. We will unite beyond the diversity related to age, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, color, culture, education, religion, and socioeconomic status. We seek to build a mass movement, one that includes members not only from the fields of medicine and nursing, but also from all non-medical professions. Everyone whose heart beats for babies.

We will be a catalyst for change. Our goals will be broad and flexible, but at the same time, also focused and defined for immediate needs. We will identify the needs of each region, and address those with tailored solutions. A global organization will strengthen the voice, enable collaborations with other global organizations, and seek support from governments and the larger society. We know that each time we lose an infant, we lose an entire life and all its potential.

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