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Unilever Launches Campaign Against Diarrhea In Nigeria

October 4, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever Nigeria Plc, maker of the Lifebuoy brand of soap, launched the Clean Hands Save Life to Fight the Disease campaign against diarrhea in the country. The campaign aims to promote hand washing as part of efforts to prevent the deadly disease, which together with pneumonia kills more than 3.5 million children before their fifth birthday each year, according to the World Health Organization. Medical Women's Association of Nigeria president Christina Campbell supports Unilever's initiative, which she described as aimed at enhancing the health of children and helping them develop healthy habits that could prolong their lives.
Tony Nwanne, "Lifebouy battles diarrhea with hand washing campaign", Guardian, October 04, 2012, © Guardian
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