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Hindustan Unilever partners with UNICEF to fight COVID19

Hindustan Unilever partners with UNICEF to fight COVID19

Hindustan Unilever partners with UNICEF to fight COVID19

Hindustan Unilever partners with UNICEF to fight COVID19 – With the new collaboration along the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) to undertake a mass communication campaign, Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) has announced to empower the overall public against COVID-19.

With the enhanced scale of HUL and therefore the technical knowledge of UNICEF to make engaging communication tools this campaign brings together the marketing expertise which will help people change behaviors and stay safe during this point of the pandemic.

HUL had also recently committed Rs 100 crore towards helping India fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, to the campaign it’s rolling out many initiatives to make sure citizens across the country have access to essential products like soaps, sanitizers and toilet cleaners with simple yet powerful 5 and 15-second informative assets like mass media campaign, titled ‘#BreakTheChain’ / #VirusKiKadiTodo’ will have to empower the overall public with prevention strategies to guard themselves against COVID-19.

This campaign will generate these short informative assets across India through television, news portals and social media channels based on three key themes – Handwashing, Social Distancing, and Generosity, as per Sanjiv Mehta, Chairman and MD, Hindustan Unilever Limited said, “The need of the hour is straightforward and effective communication across both urban and rural India to assist fight COVID-19 and our partnership with UNICEF aims to try to just that. Furthermore, we’d like to return together as a nation and be supportive of every other during this crisis, we also are committed to working with the govt and making essentials I the campaign will help address these challenges and at scale like Domex cleaners, Lifebuoy soaps, hand sanitizers available across good geography which is that the most crucial need today.

With the help of social media influencers, thought leaders and celebrities in spreading the message, the campaign also will seek support from media organizations, macro and micro level socialites as the communication assets are going to be disseminated through the extensive rural reach of both the organizations to succeed in the foremost vulnerable populations.

COVID-19 disease has thrown up many challenges and among them is getting the proper information to everyone, regardless of where they live and whatever their situation, within the shortest time it leverages HUL’s communications strength also as rural marketing outreach with UNICEF’s technical expertise and messaging. We hope that through this effort we are ready to bridge the communication gaps by sharing information to contain the spread of the disease said Dr. Yasmin Ali Haque, told about the possibility with this new partnership with Hindustan Unilever Limited is vital he is Indian Representative, UNICEF, India during the engagement, HUL and UNICEF also will still explore other critical areas of collaboration which will help the country to combat the virus.

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