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Unilever Plays Part in Protecting Livelihoods of Indonesians from COVID-19

Published on 6 April 2020

Unilever Indonesia, the consumer goods manufacturer, today announced a wide-ranging set of measures to take part in the national efforts to tackle the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The company’s actions are designed to help protect the lives and livelihoods of all its stakeholders: consumers, customers and their communities, as well as its own workforce.

Some of the company’s support includes: distribution of cleaning products to 100,000 mosques through the “Gerakan Masjid Bersih” in collaboration with the Indonesian Mosque Council (DMI), Pertamina, and Indah Logistik; provision of liquid hand washing products to eight government referred hospitals through the Association of Indonesian Hospitals (PERSI); support the “Gerakan Sekolah Bersih” and “Gerakan Bersih Lingkungan” by disinfecting schools and a number of public spaces in collaboration with the Indonesian Ministry of Health and Himpunan Ahli Kesehatan Lingkungan Indonesia (HAKLI); and continuously educating the public about the importance of both personal and home hygiene through public service announcements and digital campaigns.

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Danone’s Contribution to COVID-19

Published on 6 April 2020

Danone in Indonesia through its two businesses, waters (AQUA,VIT Mizone) and specialized nutrition (medical nutrition, nutrition for pregnant, lactating and growing up milk brands SGM, Bebelac, Nutrilon Royal) announced that the group will donate in total more than IDR 15 Billion (approximately USD 9 million) to fight against the COVID-19 virus in a form of cash and Danone products that will be delivered to number of COVID-19 referral hospitals in Indonesia. Danone Indonesia collaborates with various institutions including non-profit organizations and hospitals to manage its funding.

The cash funding that was donated by Danone Indonesia will be used to purchase medical equipment, safety gears for health workers who are at the frontline of the pandemic control efforts and also food stock medical personnel, underprivileged families, as well as seniors, pregnant women and children in areas which are vulnerable to the spread of COVID-19.

Furthermore, some portion of the budget will also be used to develop corona campaign for kids with the Indonesian Pediatric Society and create Public Services Advertising with the government of Indonesia.

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