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Essity and UNICEF in Mexico Extend Successful Hygiene Partnership

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Hygiene and health company Essity and UNICEF in Mexico have signed a new three-year agreement to jointly educate and drive awareness of the importance of good hand hygiene and to break taboos around menstruation. The project, “Hygiene is our right”, highlights the rights of children and young people in relation to health, education and gender equality.

UNICEF and MAC Viva Glam Boost Efforts to Fight HIV/AIDS

By Rosemary Feitelberg
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AIDS remains the leading cause of death of women of reproductive age.

Strengthening a 19-year partnership with UNICEF, MAC Viva Glam is donating $1.5 million to the organization’s work that helps women and children. They have ramped up efforts to continue to help reduce the transmission of HIV from mothers to babies and the stigma associated with the disease.

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American Airlines Supports the People of Ukraine Alongside UNICEF

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The people of Ukraine need our help. That’s why, throughout March, the funds collected in flight by our flight attendants and online through American’s partnership with UNICEF USA's Change for Good® program will be directed to the humanitarian response in Ukraine.

Essity Annual and Sustainability Report: Improved Well-Being

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Hygiene and health are fundamental to people’s well-being in all phases of life, in all parts of the world. We increase access to hygiene and health solutions, develop products and services that enhance quality of life, use our expertise to drive dialogue, educate and contribute to a more inclusive society.

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United Flies 1 Million Vaccine Doses to Ghana

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This week, we flew over 1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines from Washington D.C. to Accra, Ghana in partnership with UNICEF’s humanitarian initiative, COVAX which aims to provide access to COVID-19 vaccines to every country around the world.

Xylem Partners With UNICEF to Create a Brighter Future for 3.4 Million Children in India's Most Vulnerable Communities

Partnership to Improve Access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Awareness, Accelerating Progress Towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals
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RYE BROOK, N.Y., December 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Xylem Watermark, the corporate social responsibility program of global water technology company Xylem Inc. (NYSE:XYL), aims to reach over 3.4 million children by end of 2023 through its support of UNICEF, the world’s leading organization for children. Aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the partnership seeks to improve awareness of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in India’s most vulnerable communities, with a focus on strengthening WASH protocols in schools and pre-schools, known as anganwadi centers.

Peer Matching, Benevity's Newest Innovation, Drives Greater Collective Impact Through People-Powered Movements

Average donation amount nearly doubles and total donations go up 2.5x with this first-of-its-kind technology
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CALGARY, Alberta, September 15, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Benevity, Inc., the leading provider of global corporate purpose software, announced that Peer Matching, its newest innovation, is driving significantly greater social and business impact for purpose-driven companies and their people, especially as the future of work becomes more hybrid.

Detox: An AI System To Detect and Prevent Toxic Speech

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Cyberbullying is everyone’s business and the best response is a proactive one. Our new research project Detox is a step forward in figuring out how to help children and parents navigate today’s complex digital universe.

New Report Identifies Ten Ways Canadian Businesses Can Better Support Children's Rights

First-ever Child Rights and Business Assessment launched in Canada
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TORONTO, December 10, 2020 /3BL Media/  – In celebration of Human Rights Day, UNICEF Canada and Global Compact Network Canada today launched the first-ever Child Rights and Business Assessment to help Canadian businesses assess their impact on children’s wellbeing. The tool provides ten recommendations for Canadian companies to become champions for children and includes examples of how leading Canadian companies are currently reporting on their efforts to address children’s rights.

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