The Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust (Trust) is responsible for managing Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
The Trust was founded in 2007 and is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. It is funded by the J&J Family of Companies through J&J Worldwide Corporate Contributions and J&J Operating Companies in EMEA.
In 2014, the Trust engaged with 50 partners in 38 countries delivering over £3 million to projects within the EMEA region.
Learn more about our Strategy and how we aim to maximize our impact and further professionalize, guide and support Johnson & Johnson Operating Companies in the EMEA region.
For more information, please reach out to us via email; email@example.com.
The Trust Secondment Strategy Program was launched in 2014 and is a key initiative within the Trust 2020 Strategy. It enables selected J&J talent in the EMEA region to give back to society in a unique way, by sharing their expertise and skill sets with NGO partners in long-term assignments, helping to build their organisational capacity and outreach. Read more
As one of the world’s leading business schools, INSEAD brings together diverse groups of people from different cultures, backgrounds and working environments with the aim of transforming lives and creating value for organizations and communities, through business education. In 1998, the Trust formed a long-term strategic partnership with INSEAD to develop and facilitate health leadership programs that transitioned leadership and management thinking from the business sector to complex delivery organizations, such as hospitals and health care facilities. Read more…
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In 2013, a partnership program with AKDN and the Trust was established in Aswan, a neglected area in the South of Egypt, to promote early child development (ECD); increase nursing and midwifery resources; and strengthen community participation in health care development. For more information, please visit the Partnership section (navigation Trust 2018 Strategy).
In Sub-Saharan-Africa, transport companies lose many of their truck drivers through the spread of disease such as HIV. One NGO working to support mobile communities is North Star Alliance, whose mission is to strengthen national health systems and to expand health access through a network of Roadside Wellness Centres. North Star is one NGO partnering with the Trust on its Trust Secondment Program