For each parent, the arrival of a child in the world means joy, hope and unconditional shared love. Emotions that accompany all the moments related to the arrival of a baby in the world are feelings that you never want to forget.
Even before the baby comes into the world, parents are ready to face any challenge to make sure that my baby is safe and has the best care.
However, there are situations in which the well-being and even life of babies are endangered. Maternal and neonatal tetanus affects millions of mothers and babies in developing countries. But together we can change these things.
In 2015 Pampers and UNICEF celebrated 10 years of partnership in the "1 pack = 1 vaccine" campaign, by which maternal and neonatal tetanus was eliminated from 17 countries and the fight continues. Throughout this period, we have demonstrated that together we can improve the lives of mothers and children around the world.
Through the Pampers-UNICEF campaign "1 package = 1 vaccine", the Romanian parents had the opportunity to contribute to the wonderful achievements of the 10 years of partnership. In this way, all those who chose to use the Pampers products offered both proper care for their children and a chance at the life of a child at the other end of the world.
As a thank you for the support received from the parents in our country, Pampers will support a series of maternities in Romania with furniture and diapers for newborns. In this way, by supporting mothers, Pampers continues its mission of contributing to the care of babies from their first day of life.
On the Pampers Romania facebook page, visitors were able to vote on the cities where the maternities are located, which will be upgraded with the help of Pampers. Voting, the parents in Romania showed a kind gesture and helped the mothers and children in Romania and all over the world demonstrating once again that together we can change the world for the better.
This year, Pampers will be joined by 10 maternities from the cities of Bucharest, Ploiesti, Brasov, Cluj Napoca, Botosani, Iasi, Timisoara, Suceava and Bacau, chosen with the help of Romanian parents, contributing to their modernization with diapers and furniture for newborns.