Pioneering a People-Centered Approach to Corporate Philanthropy: AKDN and Johnson & Johnson partnership model

… Many of our social-impact programs go beyond clinical training. For instance, when Lisbon-based Johnson & Johnson employee Mariana Xavier spent six months in Nairobi working with the Aga Khan Development Network, she used her marketing and communication expertise to help empower midwives in Kenya to advocate for themselves and their profession on a national level.

Discover, Explore and Learn more via Stanford Social Innovation Review – Pioneering a People-Centered Approach to Corporate Philanthropy

 

Pioneering a People-Centered Approach to Corporate Philanthropy: AKDN and Johnson & Johnson partnership model

 


Research, Insight & Perspective by A. Maherali


 

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