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How our business and brands are delivering a brighter future


Addressing anaemia among women and children in Nigeria, tackling barriers to work for young people and taking on the biggest water scarcity crisis in Brazil’s history… just three ways our brands are building a brighter future around the world.

As we publish our fifth Unilever Sustainable Living Plan (USLP) report, stories like these show that there is no trade-off between sustainability and profitable growth. As our CEO Paul Polman says, “Sustainability is creating real value for Unilever”.

Watch our short films below to find out how some of our brands are taking action that’s good for people and good for business.

Knorr tackles malnutrition in Nigeria

In Nigeria, anaemia is a problem for women and children. Find out how Knorr is making a difference with bouillon cubes.#collectiveaction

Unilever’s journey to eliminate waste

Find out why we’re reducing, reusing, recovering and recycling. #collectiveaction

Wall's creates jobs for youth unemployment

Find out how 'I am Wall's', our mobile vending initiative, tackled youth unemployment and expanded sales of its ice cream.

Omo helps consumers maximise water

Find out how our laundry brand Omo helped to make a difference by launching its #1RinseIsEnough campaign.

Vaseline® helps heal the skin of people living in crisis

Vaseline Healing Project in partnership with the international aid organisation Direct Relief provide dermatological care, medical supplies, Vaseline products and local health worker training to vulnerable people around the world.

What part will you play in building a brighter future?

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