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Unilever Supports UNICEF's Sanitation Program In Asia, Africa

July 16, 2012: 12:19 AM EST
Unilever Foundation and Unilever’s Domestos toilet hygiene brand partnered with UNICEF to support the agency’s Community Approaches to Total Sanitation program aiming to improve poor people’s sanitation behavior in countries in Africa and Asia. Under its Sustainable Living Plan initiative, Unilever committed itself to helping more than 1 billion people improve their health conditions and welfare by 2020. Aware of the enormity of the problem, which includes the lack of access to improved sanitation affecting about 2.5 billion, Unilever believes that public-private partnerships play an essential role in efforts to deal with health and wellbeing issues of people in need.
Keith Weed, "How business can help people improve their health and wellbeing", Guardian, July 16, 2012, © Guardian News and Media Limited
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