Unilever Ghana celebrated Global Handwashing Day yesterday (October 15) with a handwashing festival in Accra’s Independence Square, according to a report published by Ghana Web.

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Unilever-owned Lifebuoy has launched a new variant of its popular soap in a bid to promote its ‘Help a child reach 5’ hand-washing campaign across Ghana.

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French naturals company L’Occitane has teamed up with USAID, RONGEAD Etc Terra, and the Global Shea Alliance (GSA) in a partnership that will see them empower women shea collectors and protect parklands in Burkina Faso.

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The L’Oréal Foundation has pledged a further $100,000 donation to UNICEF in its continued bid to help the charity, with the latest funds going towards its work to help stamp out famine.

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Johnson & Johnson named the winners of its first Africa Innovation Challenge at the Global Entrepreneurship Congress yesterday. The initiative, which received nearly 500 submissions from innovators across the continent, challenged entrepreneurs to come up with sustainable health solutions to benefit African communities.

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Personal care powerhouse Unilever has announced a joint partnership with Mastercard that will see the two companies work together on a range of initiatives to empower small and micro businesses in emerging markets.

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PZ Cussons Nigeria brands Premier Soap and Nunu Milk has joined forces with the PZ Cussons Foundation in a bid to develop scientific education in the form of the Chemistry Challenge 2016/2017. 

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Unilever is hoping to improve hygiene habits for some 12 million Kenyans by 2020, according to a report published by The Star.

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PZ Cussons has teamed up with Concern Universal to launch a hygiene campaign in Lagos as part of the global hand-washing campaign, according to a report published by The Nation.

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Estée Lauder Companies will join forces with the City of Johannesburg to light up the Nelson Mandela bridge in pink colors during October in a bid to raise awareness of breast cancer awareness.

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