9 October 2012

Actor and TV presenter Amanda Holden is inviting mums across the UK and Ireland to join together and support the launch of the Pampers and UNICEF Picture a Better Future campaign.

"I’m supporting the campaign to celebrate the achievements of the collective power of mums across the world in the fight against maternal and newborn tetanus," she said.

"It’s fantastic to see how the efforts of mums everywhere have made a significant difference already, but is also a reminder that women and babies around the world are still at risk and continue to die needlessly from a disease that can be so easily prevented."

Get involved

You can help Pampers and UNICEF protect pregnant women and women of child-bearing age in the developing world against MNT today. For each specially marked Pampers UNICEF pack purchased, Pampers will donate the cost of one tetanus vaccine to support us in the fight against MNT.

You can also join the campaign online by uploading a photo of you and your baby to Pampers’ photo wall. Pampers will then donate the cost of one life-saving vaccine to UNICEF.

 
Pregnant women in some of the hardest to reach parts of the world are being immunised against maternal and newborn tetanus with the help of the UNICEF and Pampers partnership. © UNICEF/Indonesia/2011/JoshEstey
Pregnant women in some of the hardest to reach parts of the world are being immunised against maternal and newborn tetanus with the help of the UNICEF and Pampers partnership.© UNICEF/Indonesia/2011/JoshEstey

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