With urbanization and aging population on the rise, we believe everyday hygiene and health starts at a young age. People live longer and closer together, demands on public and personal hygiene and health increase.
With key partners we provide knowledge and tools that avoid infections to spread at schools, hospitals, restaurants, offices and public places. These days, more important than ever.
We provide hygiene kits for homeless, handwashing clinics for children, virtual reality training for healthcare. We fight against anti-microbial resistance and educate in better product adoption for people suffering from chronic wounds, lymphedema and incontinence.
We fight for people’s right to access clean water, soap and basic sanitation and design solutions for a more inclusive society. No body condition should hold people back in their ability to take care of their essential daily hygiene.
47% of people are worried about antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Together with United Nations Foundation, we create awareness around AMR. With healthcare experts, we develop wound care technology that manages and prevents infections.
44% of UK children avoid using the toilet at school each week. Together with teachers, parents, students, and hygiene experts, we find actionable solutions that improve toilet hygiene and student health.
Over ½ worry that poor hand hygiene in hospitals might lead to the spread of infection. Together with hand hygiene experts and researchers, we develop engaging Virtual Reality hand hygiene training for healthcare workers.
In Mexico, 1/5 of schools lack adequate washroom facilities. Together with Unicef Mexico, we prioritize school hygiene and menstrual health education.