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Empowering Change 
on the frontlines of health


Empowering people to address the health needs of the most vulnerable populations and help change the trajectory of health for humanity

Connecting, co-creating and sharing skills to empower people to deliver a positive and sustainable impact

At Johnson & Johnson we are building the healthiest communities by empowering our employees around the world to combine their resources and resolve to make a positive and dramatic impact on society and the environment.

Our change maker programs build knowledge and leadership expertise across the career spectrum at Johnson & Johnson. They also support those working on the front lines of care, through our skill sharing and scholarship opportunities. Through collaboration and co-creation, we are developing innovative and much needed solutions that tackle complex health challenges across the Europe, Middle East and Africa and on a global scale; and creating entrepreneurial and authentic leaders to champion positive change both now and for future generations.

Understanding the unmet needs for the prevention, detection and control of diabetes and hypertension in East Africa

Earlier this month, I traveled to Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda as part of my Johnson & Johnson Lion Secondment. I was there to better understand the gaps that would need to be closed in order to improve morbidity and mortality due to hypertension and diabetes…

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Leaders are Not Born – They are Created!

With these words I welcomed our 2019 Johnson & Johnson delegation to the One Young World (OYW) Summit just two weeks ago in London. This year, we sent 78 committed and passionate young J&J leaders from across the globe to the yearly event to further build their leadership capacity in the health and caregiving arena. 

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Sospeter Ndaba, Program Manager, Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN)

The Johnson & Johnson Secondment Program provides J&J employees with the unique opportunity to give back to society by sharing their business skills and knowledge with NGO partner organizations in long-term field assignments across the EMEA region.

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Sharing employees’ skills and knowledge to strenghten NGO partner organizations

The Secondment Program provides a unique opportunity for J&J employees across EMEA to give back to society by sharing their much-needed knowledge and skills with our NGO partners in long-term secondments, helping to build the NGO’s aspiration, organizational structure and whilst developing their own leadership skills. 

By year-end 2019, 60 J&J employees will have completed a long-term secondment with nine NGO partners across 25 countries in the EMEA region.



Empowering young leaders across the globe to change the trajectory of health for humanity

At Johnson & Johnson, we are committed to building young leadership capacity in the health and care giving arena and empowering young leaders both within our organization and in the outside world, to change the trajectory of health for humanity. 

We have partnered with One Young World (OYW) since 2013 , building young  leadership capacity within health, both internally at J&J, and externally through the J&J OYW Scholarship Program.

To date, 166 J&J OYW young leaders (aged 18-30) from across the globe, including 12 scholars, have participated in the six-month program and attended the annual OYW Summit where they have had the opportunity to learn from inspirational world leaders and to debate, formulate and share innovative solutions for some of the world’s most pressing health issues.

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