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The Unilever Foundation is partnering with five leading global organisations – Oxfam, Population Services International (PSI), Save the Children, UNICEF, and the World Food Programme. The Foundation’s mission is to improve quality of life through the provision of hygiene, sanitation, access to clean drinking water, basic nutrition and enhancing self-esteem.
At Unilever, we aim to double the size of our business while reducing our environmental footprint and increasing our positive social impact. The Unilever Foundation is a key action we are taking to help meet our ambitious goal of helping more than one billion people improve their health and well-being and, in turn, create a sustainable future.
The Unilever Foundation, together with our partners, has positively impacted the lives of more than 14.5 million people. Click here to download the Unilever Foundation: 2013 Update Report (PDF)
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and read about the progress the Foundation achieved in its first year.
The Unilever Foundation is dedicated to improving quality of life through the provision of hygiene, sanitation, access to clean drinking water, basic nutrition and enhancing self-esteem.
About the Unilever Foundation
The partnership with Oxfam will improve lives around the world through programmes designed to empower individuals and deliver good nutrition and safe drinking water.
Together, Unilever Foundation and PSI create lasting health impacts through behaviour change interventions around clean drinking water and handwashing with soap.
Improving the lives of 2 million children and mothers by 2016 by providing access to health workers, basic nutrition and life-saving interventions.
Save the Children
Partnering with UNICEF to improve sanitation in developing countries through UNICEF’s Community Approaches to Total Sanitation (CATS) initiative.
Partnering with the World Food Programme to combat child malnutrition by addressing both the direct and underlying causes.
World Food Programme