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8 reasons why the world is a far better place today for girls around the globe

To help kick off Women Deliver 2016, we take a look at the many ways a young girl today faces a brighter future.

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Women Deliver 2016—the largest gathering dedicated to the health, rights and wellbeing of girls and women around the world—kicks off in Copenhagen this week.

The goal of the conference?

Bring together world and private-sector leaders, policymakers, journalists, advocates, researchers and young people to discuss one big topic—how to make the world a better place for babies, girls and women the world over.For a glimpse at what it’s all about, check out this interactive infographic, which illustrates just how much of a difference we can make by coming together.

Johnson & Johnson is proud to be a sponsor of the Women Deliver 2016 Conference.

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