Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly-based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services for the consumer, pharmaceutical and professional markets. The Johnson & Johnson family of companies, consisting of more than 200 operating companies in 54 countries, has its worldwide headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey, US, where the company was founded over a century ago. The company currently employs 108,500 people.
To make sustainable, long-term differences to human health.
Worldwide, with emphasis on the EMEA area and projects in communities where the company operates.
The company sponsors a wide range of initiatives, often in partnership with local J&J Operating Companies in the EMEA region.
• Knowledge Transfer & People Engagement
• Discovery & Development
• Trust services
• Pillar 1
• Pillar 2
• Pillar 3
the Trust builds relationships with J&J operating companies in the EMEA region, and in turn creates partnerships with local community-based organisations and NGO’s.
• Focused partnerships: There has been a transition in the trust, moving from100% Trust funding for EMEA partnerships to 50% co-funding between the Trust and J&J Operating Companies in EMEA
• The Trust works in collaboration with Flagship Partners: Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) and INSEAD Business School.
Knowledge Transfer & People Engagement
• Building bonds between J&J, partner organisations, stake holders and individuals and communities
• Runs the Trust Secondment Program, which is an opportunity for J&J employees in the EMEA region to share their skills and knowledge with trusted NGOs
• EMEA CSR Community is a network of dedicated Johnson & Johnson CSR professionals who manage our CSR portfolio of activities at a national level across EMEA, and who regularly connect to share best practice from within their locality
• Trust award recognition program
Discovery and Development
The aim of the programme is to find new solutions to the complex health challenges experienced by health systems and society as a whole.
• Advancing Health Alliance (AHA) is a network of individuals and organisations aiming to transform society’s approach to health improvement through social change.
• EURMED is a programme for responsible product donations to support vulnerable communities across the globe, in disaster situations or through local health programmes.
• ColaLife is project that is co-funded by the Trust, using the principle that consumer goods like Coca-Cola can be found just about anywhere in developing nations, yet basic medicines are scarce. An affordable and easy-to-use medical kit is distributed using existing networks, to reach remote communities with little medical support.
A programme designed to increase the effectiveness, transparency and accountability for the Trust and it’s partner organisations.
Pillar 1 – Saving and Improving the Lives of Women and Children
• Improve maternal and infant health
• Promote the health and development of children and youth
• Advance the empowerment of women and girls
Pillar 2 – Preventing Disease in Vulnerable Populations
• Prevent HIV transmission and improve care and supportive services
• Increase access to integrated solutions that prevent onset of chronic conditions & support those coping with them
Pillar 3 – Strengthening the Healthcare Workforce
• Increase interest in and reduce barriers to entering the healthcare workforce
• Improve the skills of health workers and community members who care for the underserved
• Improve leadership and management in healthcare system