Johnson & Johnson and UNICEF Celebrate #WorldChildrensDay

Originally Published by Johnson & Johnson.

On World Children’s Day, Johnson & Johnson announced the expansion of its global partnership with UNICEF by committing $10 million to support its health programs. This commitment will allow frontline healthcare workers to be properly trained with the most innovative tools to ensure life-saving care to women, newborns and children living in the most vulnerable communities worldwide.


To celebrate World Children’s Day, Johnson & Johnson opened its doors to hold a “press conference” for kids by kids. Watch the video as the kids take on the roles of Chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson and President and CEO of UNICEF USA to talk about how Johnson & Johnson and UNICEF are working together to educate more health workers to continue saving thousands of women and children’s lives globally.

For more information on our partnership with UNICEF click here.

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