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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funds program and policy initiatives in four focus areas which are each critical to health equity—enabling everyone in our nation to live a healthier life: health systems; healthy children, healthy weight; healthy communities; and health leadership. In relation to these focus areas, the Foundation’s grants and grant programs generally have three major aims: discover and explore; spread model interventions; and conduct research and evaluation.Connected with these objectives, they fund a wide range of activities, including but not limited to: planning and demonstration projects; research and evaluations; policy and statistical analysis; learning networks and communities; public education and strategic communications; community engagement and coalition-building; training and fellowship programs; and technical assistance.