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THE JOHNSON & JOHNSON 2019 SCHOLARS

As well as attending the upcoming 2019 One Young World Summit, scholarship recipients will receive individual coaching from senior Johnson & Johnson leaders to further develop their aspiration, strategy and/or initiatives

Durga Sapkota Registered Nurse, Karma Health, Nepal

As a registered nurse, Durga Sapkota is pursuing an advance nursing degree, as well as a law degree. She is an executive member of "Karma Health", where she has been prototyping a community-driven integrated health care model which comprise comprehensive clinical care and proactive community-based care to support Universal Health Coverage.

I envision a society where people, especially women and girls, can enjoy their sexual and reproductive health and rights as outlined by the human rights policy – says Durga.

 

Karma Health is building a prototype of the public-sector primary health system in rural Nepal that can be a model for dignified health care for all. The basic structure of the health system is a unique community- driven integrated system comprising comprehensive clinical care and proactive community-based care.