Changing the trajectory of health for humanity requires putting people first. When healthy people and families thrive in healthier communities, everything else will follow.
As human beings, it is our responsibility to help one another. We support the people on the front lines at the heart of delivering care, so that communities and health systems have the ability to address the health needs of the world’s most vulnerable people.
We don’t do this alone. Through both global and community-based partnerships, we help mothers in developing countries to receive text messages for a safe pregnancy and delivery, babies without access to healthcare workers to take their first breath, and the next generation of global and community-based health leaders to develop the skills and tools they need to drive health and well-being one human at a time.
By galvanizing partners, connecting communities and leveraging our employees and extensive local reach, we help activate the resources—and resolve—needed to address the world’s most pressing health challenges.
Important progress has been made to improve the health of the world’s most vulnerable and underserved people. Still, many of the world’s most pressing public health issues remain unsolved. Every day, 1,000 young women and girls contract HIV, 4,000 lives are lost to TB, and millions who could be helped suffer from serious mental illnesses.
Johnson & Johnson is uniquely positioned to tackle these complex public health challenges. By tapping into the resources and knowledge found across our enterprise and focusing our efforts through a dedicated global public health organization, we are putting the world’s most vulnerable and underserved at the heart of everything we do—measuring our success in lives improved.
Whether it is ensuring children and young women live HIV-free, eliminating deaths from tuberculosis (TB) or reducing the burden of mental illness, we are in it for the long haul. We are committed to employing our science, capabilities and advocacy and building the necessary partnerships to pave the way to a healthier future for all.
We aspire to improve health in all we do and everywhere we go. Citizenship and sustainability have long been engrained in our culture, built on a foundational belief that a healthier planet offers benefits to human health.
To ensure we live up to our commitments, we have a long legacy of goal setting, having established the first public goals in 1990. Our newly named Johnson & Johnson Health for Humanity 2020 Goals expanded how we think about health and we have sought out new ways to make everyone, everywhere, healthier.
We ensure people have access to better care around the world, make the places we live, work and play healthier by using fewer resources, and team up with partners and employees to further advance our culture of health and well-being.
Imagine a world where we can all believe—no matter where we live—that our children’s lives will be far better than our own. To bring good health to all, we need to make the right connections, one human at a time.
Johnson & Johnson is uniquely positioned to improve the course of human health by galvanizing our partners, mobilizing our employees and engaging our communities.
For this reason, we are signing up for the 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goals—the world’s roadmap for progress—and dedicating our expertise, ideas and ingenuity to catalyze efforts where we are uniquely positioned to create sustainable and scalable impacts.