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.
The time-honored profession of midwifery has been practiced in the First Nations, Métis and Inuit communitiesfor generations. As the Women Deliver 2019 Conference kicks off in Vancouver, Lesley Paulette shares her story of helping nurture new moms and their babies in the Northwest Territories.
The first few years of a child’s life are pivotal when it comes to future health and well-being. Just ask these young men and women—all 2018 One Young World Summit Scholars—who won't rest until they've given children a chance to reach their full potential.
It's a lofty goal: improve the health, across the board, of future generations. But it's a mission that Johnson & Johnson is committed to. And thanks to groundbreaking work taking place across the company—from vaccine development to consumer product innovation—the future is looking very bright.
From the incredible researchers who've dedicated their life's work to fighting chronic diseases to those who work tirelessly to bring hope to underserved populations, we're taking a moment to celebrate the company's many heroes.
Save the Children, a longtime partner of Johnson & Johnson, has created unique education programs in Lebanon to help displaced refugee children thrive. We traveled to the region to tell the stories of some of these amazingly resilient kids and their families as they rebuild their lives.
From safer product packaging to an initiative that helps the youngest Syrian refugees, these are just some of the ways the company has made it a mission to safeguard the well-being of children across the globe.
What started as support for wounded soldiers shortly after the company's founding has evolved into a legacy of philanthropy that spans the globe. We look at key moments throughout history when the company has mobilized to help people, including those recently affected by earthquakes in Puerto Rico.