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'One million babies a year die within 24One million babies a year die within

24-hours of their birth, a charity has warned. SavetheChildren said premature birth and complications during childbirth, such as prolonged labour, pre-ec

lampsia and infection, were causing high mortality

rates. But the childrens charity said more than half ofthese deaths could be prevented if every woman and baby had access to expert health care workers. It said that it is criminal that that so many ofthedeaths could be averted. A newSavetheChildrenreport, Ending Newborn Deaths, also states that 1.2 million babies are stillborn each year. Thereport calls on leaders from aroundtheworld to help end preventable newborn mortality. More must be done to ensurethere are enough skilled

health workers to make sure that no b

aby is born without adequate help,

it says. Every year 40 million women give birth without trained help and in some countries just one in 10 women receive assistance during labour. Thefirst day of a childs life isthemost dangerous and too many mothers give bi

rth alone on

thefloor oftheir home or inthebush without any life-saving help, said Justin Forsyth, chie

f executive ofSavetheChildren. We hear horror stories of mothers walking for hours during labour to find trained help, all too often ending in tragedy. Its

criminal that many ofthese deaths could be averted simply ifthere was someone on hand to make surethebirth took place safely and who knew what to do in a crisis. These new statistics reveal -

forthefirst time ever -thetrue scale ofthenewborn crisis. Theso

lutions are well known but need greater political will to give babies a fighting chance of reachingtheir second day of life. Without targeted action now, progress made in cutting child mortality through vaccines and tackling malnutrition will stall. Neal Long, chief executive of stillbirth and neonatal death charity Sands, said: IntheUK mothers-to-be have structured antenatal care and practically all births are attended by trained medical staff. We pra

ctise evidence-based healthcare. Yet in spite of this, babies continue

to die every day. Some deaths happen because of avoidable mistakes. Some happen beca

use we dont yet knowthebest ways of identifying a baby in trouble. Better care for all mothers, intheUK and globally, will help tosavebabies lives.