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      Johnson & Johnson Wants to Tap Innovators Worldwide to Help Create the Healthiest Generation

      Through the GenH Challenge, the company is inviting big thinkers and entrepreneurs to help change the global trajectory of healthcare.

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      At Johnson & Johnson, we know and value that great innovation is at the heart of good healthcare—and that breakthrough ideas can come from anyone, anywhere.

      That’s why we’re launching the GenH Challenge, a global social venture competition dedicated to finding solutions for some of the world’s toughest health problems, so we can help create the healthiest generation ever.
      Because people are the key to great ideas, we’re inviting innovators and social entrepreneurs worldwide to design new approaches to ignite progress in five areas of Johnson & Johnson’s commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Women & Children, Essential Surgery, Environment, Healthy Workforce and Global Disease Challenges.

      And we are committing $1 million in cash and other incentives to help six winners bring their big ideas to life.

      Learn more details about how you can get involved in this exciting opportunity from Alex Gorsky, Johnson & Johnson’s Chairman and CEO, in the video below.

      Put simply: By pairing your ingenuity with our experience, we can make great strides together.

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      Have a Great Idea to Submit to the GenH Challenge?

      Find out how to sign up—and easily share the details with enterprising friends.

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