Everyone has a role to play to make this world a better place by taking corporate social responsibility. It is about everything which affects people's quality of life. As a healthcare company which highly prioritizes the interests of the world it operates in, Janssen aims to find sustainable solutions for the medial challenges today and in the future. That is the company's main responsibility. That is why everyone gets up every morning, to make a difference in the life of millions of people worldwide and to make sure no one is forgotten. In addition, Janssen wants to be close to society, both locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. 

In 2013 the company worked on a new Corporate Social Responsibility policy in order to be able identify concrete social needs in 2014 which Janssen wants to work on as a company in the future, to the benefit of society. A full roll-out is scheduled for 2015.

Janssen also worked on innovative access strategies and a wide range of social projects in 2013, many in the field of HIV/AIDS. For a decade Janssen has been making the difference for people living with HIV. In March 2013 it was exactly 10 years ago that the Janssen HIV franchise was set up. Since 2003 this franchise has marketed 3 medicines which are used in an HIV  combined therapy.

Everyone has a role to play to make this world a better place by taking corporate social responsibility.

Janssen confirmed its solidarity with Africa in 2013 through the action 'Move for Africa'. Closer to home many Janssen employees work as volunteers in hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, homes for the elderly and care for the disabled. The Janssen Cares! project shapes Our Credo. With the Labyrinth Psychotica project the company is betting on a better understanding of psychosis in society.

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Janssen attaches great value to a preventive policy in terms of health, safety and the environment and gave a financial incentive to vzw De Schakel in Beerse which make sure that babies in deprived families are not in want for anything during the first three years of their life.

Janssen opened its doors during De Dag van De Zorg 2013 (Day of Care) as an effort to stand closer to society. In 2013 the good relationship with the neighbors was also further established.


Janssen takes responsibility for its employees, patients and the local and international community.
We therefore work on deploying talent in a sustainable way and take care of the physical and mental health of personnel and their safety and continuing training.

Patient associations receive support from Janssen so they can realize their projects independently. Janssen pays special attention to young persons (training), informs local residents and becomes involved in local projects.

Access to and the affordability of health care are a core international theme at Johnson & Johnson and Janssen, who also support specific philanthropic projects.