October 14, 2014
Program Results Report
Girls for Gender Equity formed a coalition of youth, educators, parents, and policymakers to end sexual harassment and other gender-based violence in New York City public schools and to "create an expectation of gender equality."
In the heart of central Appalachia coal country, Williamson is committed to improving health and expanding economic development.
The Taos Pueblo community of northern New Mexico is drawing on its cultural traditions to address modern challenges.
By creating a broad collaboration of community partners, Buncombe County is on a path to long-term and sustainable change.
Brownsville is highly successful in promoting active lifestyles and demonstrates the strength of community partnerships in action.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation invests significantly in evaluation and research that helps build a Culture of Health. Read about our featured research.
To build a healthier community, Durham County is harnessing locally driven revitalization efforts to address the many factors that impact health.
Recognizing the powerful impact education has on long-term health, Spokane is improving health by expanding educational opportunities that empower young people.
The Commission to Build a Healthier America is a national program that looks outside the health care system at how we live, work, learn, and play for ways to improve health for everyone.
On January 13, the RWJF Commission to Build a Healthier America releases its final recommendations during a live online event broadcasted from Washington, D.C.