Disaster relief to support babies and families
Our global disaster response programme reacts quickly and effectively to natural disasters; donating and distributing nappies to affected families.
Following the earthquake affecting the city of Ya’an, China in 2013, Pampers worked with the Sichuan Charity Federation to donate & distribute 500,000 nappies to support families in distress.
Babies in need
- Nearly 2 million families have been reached through Pampers mobile clinics with healthcare services and medical checks in parts of Africa and Asia
- In Latin America, our work with United Way supports the San Jose Malambo Foster Home through volunteers, equipment, funding and nappy donations towards facilities that support all aspects of baby development
- In the United States, Pampers provides millions of nappies along with Pampers Baby Wipes to Feeding America each year, which distributes them to families in need across the U.S. through free-stores and food banks.
Investing in thriving communities
As our business grows, so does our support for communities through investment in jobs and a commitment to improve working standards.
- Currently, we have over 30 Pampers manufacturing sites across the world and we continue to invest in new ones, like our newest facility in South Africa, which is creating over 500 new jobs
Business growth isn’t only about financial investment. It’s also about our commitment as an employer to improve working standards, which is why we apply the same guidelines at every Pampers site across the globe: to ensure safe and ethical working practices.
By continuing to find ways to support communities in the places where we operate, we can help babies and families to thrive.