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      Two mothers in Bangladesh neonatal intensive care unit practicing kangaroo mother care

      The day I met some of Save the Children’s guardian angels: How a program in Bangladesh is helping newborns thrive

      Johnson & Johnson’s Chief Human Resources Officer reflects on a life-changing trip he took to Dhaka with the organization—and announces a new $5 million pledge to Save the Children’s Centennial Commitment.
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      FINAL LEDE- Caring & Giving Around the Globe: 43 Johnson & Johnson Programs That Are Transforming Lives—and the Future of Healthcare- Map story lede collage

      Caring & giving around the globe: 43 Johnson & Johnson programs that are transforming lives—and the future of healthcare

      Check out this fun interactive map for a glimpse at how the company is helping people on nearly every continent live healthier lives.
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      A photo of a baby sleeping

      5 ways Johnson & Johnson helps keep the littlest patients safe around the world

      Every last patient is important to Johnson & Johnson. And that includes the tiniest ones of all: preemies and newborns.
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      Midwives Lede: Dong Fenfang 1

      Delivering on Good Everyday: 3 Stories of Young Midwives in Action Around the World

      Meet three young women from China, Mexico and South Africa who are carrying this age-old tradition into the 21st century.
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      China Neonatal Resuscitation Program NRP_Zhang-Child

      How a Partnership Between the U.S. and China Saved Thousands of Babies

      It was an historic initiative: train healthcare workers across China in neonatal resuscitation. We go behind the scenes to explore the secrets of the program’s success.
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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.