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Unilever Vietnam, Pasteur Institute extend community health partnership

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – Unilever Vietnam and the Pasteur Institute in HCMC today, May 17, announced a renewal of their strategic partnership for improving hygiene, health, and quality of life for Vietnamese people from 2024 to 2029.

The two sides will collaborate in research and quality assurance for consumer products, developing training programs and workshops to improve community health, and strengthening communication and education on hygiene and disease prevention.

Unilever Vietnam and the Pasteur Institute have joined hands for over the past two decades in research and testing to ensure product quality. Unilever has also supported the institute’s training and community health initiatives.

Nguyen Vu Trung, director of the Pasteur Institute in HCMC, said, “With the institute’s expertise in scientific research and preventive healthcare, combined with Unilever’s deep understanding of community needs and advanced technologies, I am confident that our partnership efforts will continue to flourish.”

Nguyen Thi Bich Van, chairwoman of Unilever Vietnam, affirmed the company’s commitment to improving the health and hygiene conditions of the Vietnamese.

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