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Empowering Change 
on the frontlines of health

One person flees every 3 seconds. 65.6 million people are displaced worldwide. Most refugees live in low and middle-income countries. Half of the world’s refugees are children.

Source: UNHCR, Global Trends Report, 2016

Johnson & Johnson and Save the Children are partnering to support children impacted by the Syrian refugee crisis through psychosocial support, education and strengthening the long-term resiliency of communities

The Syrian Refugee Crisis

Providing psychosocial support for a better future

Building the Front Lines of Care
for the Resiliency of Refugee Children

Local support from across EMEA

Many Johnson & Johnson Operating Companies across the EMEA region have also been actively engaged in supporting refugees through financial donations and employee initiatives. For example, in Austria, Janssen has donated 129,600 Euro to SOS Children’s Villages to enable assistance and education of unaccompanied children, and the Johnson & Johnson Companies in Norway signed a partnership with Norwegian People’s Aid, to run several reception centres for refugees in Norway.