Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Tuesday, 11th October - UNICEF

An easy one today - so please join me if you can!

Thanks to mums like you, Pampers and UNICEF have helped protect the lives of 100 million mums and their babies in our fight to eliminate maternal and new born tetanus (MNT). There are still millions of mums and babies at risk, many of them in the world's poorest and hardest to reach communities. The good news is that MNT is easily prevented by a simple vaccine. And that's how you can make a difference.

1 Like = 1 life-saving vaccine
Click 'Like' on the Pampers UK & Ireland
page on Facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/PampersUKIre?sk=app_155877774499288


1 read = 1 life-saving vaccine
Personalise and read Miffy's story with
your child.

http://www.pampers.co.uk/en_GB/Unicef?utm_source=village&utm_medium=email&utm_content=miffylink&utm_campaign=papmpersunicef

1 app = 1 life-saving vaccine
Download our free Pampers Out & About iPhone app to find and share baby-friendly places to go.
Search 'Pampers' on the App store
Visit the app store http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pampers-out-and-about/id445335812

1 pack = 1 life-saving vaccine
Buy specially marked packs of Pampers nappies or wipes.

By the end of this year, 7 countries should have completed their vaccination programmes - thanks to the Pampers-UNICEF campaign, and all the mums around the world who, through simple actions, have become part of this truly life-saving story.
UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation focusing on children and child rights, with a presence in more than 190 countries and territories. We work with local communities, partners and governments to ensure every child’s rights to survive and thrive are upheld.


UNICEF UK raises funds for UNICEF’s emergency and development work around the world. In 2009 we raised £50 million for UNICEF’s work with children worldwide, including over £24 million to help children caught in emergencies.

We also advocate for lasting change for children. UNICEF UK’s Public Affairs team works with Parliament to change government policies and practices that are detrimental to child rights in the UK and internationally.


www.unicef.org.uk/

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