The Unilever Foundation
The Unilever Foundation is partnering with five leading global organisations – Oxfam, PSI, Save the Children, UNICEF, and the World Food Programme.
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. At Unilever, we aim to double the size of our business while reducing our environmental impact and delivering increased social value. 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 is dedicated to improving quality of life through the provision of hygiene, sanitation, access to clean drinking water, basic nutrition and improving enhancing self-esteem.
The Unilever Foundation’s partnership with Oxfam will improve lives around the world through programmes designed to empower individuals – particularly women – and to deliver good nutrition and clean, safe drinking water.
The Unilever Foundation’s partnership with PSI (Population Services International) is making a tangible contribution to improving the health of children and families on a global scale through delivering behavioural change interventions focused on hand washing, clean drinking water and sanitation.
The Unilever Foundation has made a three-year commitment to support EVERY ONE, Save the Children’s biggest global campaign designed to save millions of lives through inspiring urgent action towards eradicating mortality among children and mothers.
The Unilever Foundation and UNICEF are partnering to improve sanitation in developing countries through UNICEF’s Community Approaches to Total Sanitation (CATS) initiative.
The Unilever Foundation is partnering with the World Food Programme (WFP) in Project Laser Beam, a public-private partnership that aims to create a scalable, replicable and sustainable model to improve nutrition, health, and livelihoods focusing on Bangladesh and Indonesia.