Did you know that Johnson & Johnson supports Global Motherhood?
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies touches so many people’s lives each and every day. And they continue to help around the world through non-profit organizations. There are so many issues affecting women and children around our world. Johnson & Johnson is helping support programs particularly focusing on the rights of mothers and on maternal and infant health.
With programs like:
Note: These photos represent a few of the many programs supported by Johnson & Johnson and its partner organizations to serve the health and well-being needs of communities and people around the world. To read more about these programs and others that help us care for those in need, please visit our website:http://www.jnj.com/connect/caring/.”
-Making Childbirth Safer
Every year, 280,000 mothers die from complications in pregnancy and child birth and at least 3.1 million newborns die in the fragile first month of life. We partner with organizations around the world to help every mother and newborn survive and thrive.
I was born in El Salvador where there was not much for me or my family. Many mothers in our family there lost their babies because they were unable to feed them. They also had poor prenatal care, if any at all. My mom became a mother at a very early age but overcame all of her circumstances. Because of my mother's care, I am alive today. She not only inspires me to be an awesome mom but to help others along the way.
This year Johnson & Johnson is the title sponsor for Latism'12 Conference in Houston, TX. If you are attending the Latism, stop by the Johnson & Johnson suite (Arboretum II second level) to learn more. Follow the conversation on twitter #LATISM, #InspireCare. I will be tweeting, @independentmami.
To learn more and to get more detailed information on how Johnson & Johnson is helping Global Motherhood, please click here.
***Disclosure-Sponsored conversation brought to you by Latina Bloggers Connect and Johnson & Johnson. These are my own honest opinions.