The role of pediatric neurosurgery in the Sustainable Development Goals
Keywords:Editorial, Sustainable Development
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 interconnected global goals adopted by all United Nations (UN) Member States in 2015 to end poverty, reduce inequality and build more peaceful, prosperous societies by 2030  (Figure.1).
The SDGs aim to leave no one behind and promote peace, prosperity, and the protection of the planet .
Pediatric neurosurgery intersects with several of these goals, contributing to the overall improvement of health, well-being, and social and economic development. Here are some ways in which pediatric neurosurgery aligns with the SDGs:
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