Domex Philippines' 1 Million Clean Toilets Movement: Saving Lives, One Toilet at a Time

I pledge that my household toilet is cleaned the proper way which will keep germs and bacteria away. By this action, I have ensured that I and the people around me are safe from diseases like Diarrhea, E. Coli and Hepatitis.

My pledge will count as a contribution to UNICEF's sanitation program, that will help improve access to basic sanitation for hundreds of thousands of people. 

Your pledge to The 1,000,000 Clean Toilets movement can help educate people about the importance of proper toilet sanitation and how it can affect others.

Be one of us today in saving lives, one toilet at a time.

Click on the link below to place your pledge:

Improper toilet hygiene and sanitation practices can lead to diseases like diarrhea, the fourth-leading cause of death among children below five years old, according to the multinational company Unilever, that launched a “1 Million Clean Toilets Movement.”
It is a partnership between Unilever, Unicef and the Philippine Public Health Association. It aims to encourage a culture of awareness on the importance of maintaining proper toilet sanitation.

Unilever's objective is to educate and help Filipinos develop the habits of proper toilet hygiene and sanitation to reduce the incidence of diseases.

They would conduct training activities on the proper servicing of restrooms by city service employees, gas station service personnel and various school and hospital sanitation staffers.

The campaign will start in the City of Manila and will extend to other parts of the Metro nearby provinces.

World Toilet Day

The target is to reach one million clean toilets. People will be asked to pledge to conscientiously maintain their own clean, safe and hygienic bathrooms by the next World Toilet Day on Nov. 19, 2014,”

Individuals may pledge support for the campaign via the Domex Philippines Facebook page (

For 1 pledge received, Unilever, through its brand Domex, will donate P5 to Unicef’s sanitation program.

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