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Unilever partners others, improve sanitation in school



In pursuit of its resolve to make sustainable living commonplace, Unilever Nigeria Plc recently partnered RecyclePoint and Polly Alakija to create conducive environment for children of Ken-Ade Private School, Makoko, Lagos.

The tripartite partnership started with a sanitation exercise at the school premises and was followed up with the sinking of a borehole and a fence for the school.

Speaking on the partnership, the Marketing Director Foods, Unilever Ghana Nigeria, Ogedi-Alakwe Nsima, said that the programme was in furtherance of Unilever’s Perfect City Community outreach initiative to Ken-Ade Private School in Makoko. Perfect City is one of Unilever’s initiative to drive Unilever Sustainable Living Plan (USLP).

“Through this initiative, we leverage on community insights to drive inclusive market growth and development while improving livelihood and wellbeing through our brands. In demonstration of this, we have spent quality time at the school to clean the premises.

We have also built a borehole and a fence to make the environment hygienic and suitable for learning for the children,” he added.

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