Yesterday we got a massive water bill - £370. I don’t know what’s gone wrong, I’m hoping it’s a faulty metre rather than a massive internal leak somewhere that we are as yet unware of. Having said that, I am acutely aware of how lucky we are having immediate access to clean water and knowing that we will not catch a deadly disease due to a lack of sanitation. Not everyone in the world is as lucky as us, in fact according to the Domestos for UNICEF partnership an estimated 2.5 billion people across the world do not have access to sanitation.
Domestos and UNICEF are working together on the CATS programme (Community Approaches to Total Sanitisation)which is a behaviour change programme that promotes good hygiene practices and helps people understand how the sanitisation crisis across the world impacts on disease transmission. To find out more about the partnership, click here .
You can get involved by:
• adding badge to your twitter and facebook, you can find the badges here.
• You can show your support on twibbon.
• You can tweet with the hash tag #domestos4unicef.
• Buying specially marked bottles of Domestos (who will donate 5% to the campaign).
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