The 1 pack = 1 vaccine partnership between Pampers and UNICEF is now in its ninth successful year.

From October to December 2014, for every specially marked Pampers product sold with the "1 pack = 1 vaccine" logo, Pampers will donate the cost of one life-saving tetanus vaccine to help protect mothers and their babies.  

For the second year running, the campaign, supported by celebrity mum Emma Bunton, will also feature a 1 view = 1 vaccine campaign where one extra vaccine will be donated to UNICEF with every view of our 'First Time Moments' video.  

 

Maternal and newborn tetanus (also known as MNT) is a preventable disease, yet it continues to claim the life of one child every nine minutes. Since our partnership began in 2006, Pampers has donated funds for over 300 million vaccines and during that time has helped eliminate the threat of maternal and newborn tetanus in 15 countries.  With your support buying specially marked packs of Pampers or viewing our video on YouTube you can make a huge difference to the lives of mums and babies worldwide.

 
Pampers logo © Pampers/UNICEF
Pampers logo© Pampers/UNICEF
A pregnant woman waits for her Maternal and Newborn Tetanus vaccination at a health centre in Cote d’Ivoire. ©UNICEF 2012 / Nyani Quarmyne
A pregnant woman waits for her Maternal and Newborn Tetanus vaccination at a health centre in Cote d’Ivoire.©UNICEF 2012 / Nyani Quarmyne

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