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Advert: Unilever Zambia supports Presidential Campaign to Keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy

26 April Lusaka – President of the Republic, His Excellency Edgar Chagwa Lungu has called on Zambians to launch The Keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy Campaign. This event is being organized by Lifebuoy and Domestos brands today so that Unilever Zambia staff could take practical action to help eradicate cholera and improve hygiene and sanitation.

“We are proud as Unilever Zambia to be able to support the President in his drive to Keep Zambia, Clean, Green and Healthy,” said Shamiel Randeree, Southern Africa Marketing Director at Unilever, “Our great brands like Lifebuoy and Domestos were designed with public health in mind and all of us here at Unilever Zambia want to do our bit to help the country”.

Unilever Zambia is working with the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Local Government using its Lifebuoy and Domestos brands to improve handwashing and sanitation in Soweto Market and Chisokone Market clean ups this April and May. Lifebuoy is the world’s best selling germ protection soap and Domestos kills all known germs and is the only household cleaner accredited by the UK Royal Society for Public Health.

This action comes on top of January’s donation of 29, 000 bars of Lifebuoy soap, 4000 bottles of Domestos and 600 bottles of liquid hand wash worth over 175,000 Kwacha. Unilever also partnered with Choppies stores in Cholera affected areas to help customers wash their hands through the company’s internationally renowned handwashing and hygiene education methods. Domestos has also refurbished toilets at the Intercity bus terminal in Lusaka and works with Lifebuoy in schools and clinics and Schools to promote handwashing with soap and improve hygiene.

30 Comments

  1. Verthar

    Good work by Unilever. I saw some clean ups yesterday in town. Is it inline with this program

    • shu shu shu

      THIS IS AIMED AT COUNTERING THE LAB GROWN CHOLERA PRODUCED BY HH AND HIS FREEMASONS

  2. father fm

    Good job, consider doing the same in other places as well.

  3. maston

    Thank for you work of Unilever keep it up

  4. Gabriel

    Good job.but what I can addvise is why can’t the government introduce one Friday in every month as a general cleaning day starting from homes to the work places. not only in lusaka but country wide.I think if my idea can be taken we can reduce the probability of cholera in our country. if you want to ask me anything I have so many things to talk just call me on 0965665699.

    • Ignorant

      @Gabriel thats a good idea but some pipo will politicise such a pronouncement. Too much politics in everything

  5. Geoffrey Bwamba Mwalya(GBM)

    Good job Unilever,corporate social responsibility indeed,others should also emulate Unilever and come on board… Once again well done.

  6. Morrischongo

    Well Dan unilever, good job.

  7. Ignorant

    A clean, green & healthy environment is posible & it all starts with u & me

  8. Ray

    Well done Unilever carry on until chorela eradicated in affected places

  9. amos

    The development of our country depends on us!

  10. amos

    Not only the Unilever we are also involved in maintaining zm tigwilisane

  11. Rabson Chipeta

    Well Dan Unilever , good job for mwana Zambia

  12. BlackBird

    I wish it were not a Party venture. Only Patriotic Front members were allowed to attend the ceremony. This is sad.

    • james kaumba

      Its a good idea but let’s also clear our rumours of Identity.

    • id!ot!

      Would you have loved to see HH there too?

  13. Major 1

    Excellent job Unilever.

  14. Zach

    Well done ECL for getting to the ground work

  15. ALBERITY

    Well done our people

  16. H.E EDGAR CHAGWA LUNGU

    Thank You! To All The Country Men And Women Who Participated In This Regime.
    #lifebuoydomestos

  17. kedrick siame

    Gud job not each and every time no LUNGU is not a Zambian or HH we want development like this to keep our nation clean i like 😀😀🔒🔓🔑👍.

  18. XYW

    Good job

  19. koswe

    FOR A CHANGE. THANK YOU

  20. Barotseland

    Ma rubbish how about other Provinces you only concentrate on selected Provinces of tour cousins and your so called Province.

  21. muzo chalelwa

    hey ba pf

  22. charles phiri

    Good job

  23. Lupek

    Unileaver I cherish the spirit you have . Well done once more!

  24. clare.G.Simuenge

    iam selling palm tree seedlings at a reasonable price as part of keeping our zambia clean, green and healthy campaign. Please anyone/ministry to buy off my palm tree seedlings?

  25. Js

    After the soldiers did their cleaning up in Lusaka it was all fresh and pleasant in every part of the city, but sadly now outskirts of the city ( some Compounds) are slipping into dirty old ways with litter building up, and this is where the large population resides. Can making of drainages be sped up? It’s nearing mid of the year (June) already, after the dry season, rains will soon be upon us. And the dreaded waterborne disease will be upon us.
    Blocked drainages caused dirty rain water to flood some homes in certain compounds during cholera out break, hence lets make haste while the sun shines.

  26. Js

    After the soldiers did their cleaning up in Lusaka it was all fresh and pleasant in every part of the city, but sadly now outskirts of the city ( some Compounds) are slipping into dirty old ways with litter building up, and this is where the large population resides. Can making of drainages be sped up? It’s nearing mid of the year (June) already, after the dry season, rains will soon be upon us. And the dreaded waterborne disease will be upon us.
    Blocked drainages caused dirty rain water to flood some homes in certain compounds during cholera out break, hence lets make haste while the sun shines.
    AND THANKU TO UNILEVER FOR INITIATIVE BEING TAKEN, IT’S JUST NOT ONLY CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY BUT CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS.

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