Nigeria’s leading hygiene brand Dettol, through its flagship Clean Naija Initiative, a campaign designed to create awareness, educate and drive behavioural change to achieve a cleaner and healthier Nigeria has partnered with the Lagos State Government through the Office of Sustainable Development Goals and Investment, on a campaign to educate primary school children within the State on how to stay protected from infectious diseases, such as the Coronavirus and Lassa Fever.
According to the WHO, “Good hygiene is an important barrier to many infectious diseases, and it promotes better health and well-being”. This has driven Dettol’s commitment to spreading the message of good hygiene practices among Nigerians, and has given birth to various initiatives, programmes and social investment activities across the country.
Recently, the hygiene education team were at St Mary’s Convent school Lagos Island, Lagos, and over 500 school pupils were taught on how to prevent the…
Source: Linda Ikeji