Unilever Malawi has distributed 400 cases of anti-bacterial brand of Lifebuoy soap valued at MK 12 million to emergency camps in the flooded areas of Nsanje and Chikwawa districts in a bid to curb the spread of germs and any outbreaks of diarrhoea.
According to Unilever Malawi Country Manager, Chikondi Ng’ombe, besides contributing soap to affected members in the emergency camps, they found it even more fitting to share educational material on the importance of hand washing.
She said developing hand washing habits will go a long way in curbing the spread of preventable diseases at this critical time in Malawi.
“Unilever‘s antibacterial soap brand has respond d to the plight of the Malawian community by bringing health through hygiene. Unilever will work with partners Goal Malawi and Concern Universal in efforts to distribute hygiene packs and conduct hygiene education and activities in the areas of Nsanje and Chikwawa,” said Ng’ombe.
She also said Unilever Malawi will continue its efforts to support the affected people with the aim to maintain the health of all the displaced families in the emergency camps,” said Ng’ombe.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :