Pampers and UNICEF: Pampers Supports Unicef. 1 Pack = 3 vaccines at Tesco

Every parent dreams of a healthy start in life for their baby

1 pack = 1 vaccine*

While newborn tetanus is one of the causes of newborn mortality in developing countries, it is totally preventable through immunisation of the mother and the introduction of hygienic birth practices.

Since 2006, Pampers has been in partnership with UNICEF to help deliver life-saving vaccines against newborn tetanus. So far the campaign has helped eliminate it in 10 countries: Ghana, Myanmar, Uganda, Liberia, Guinea Bissau, Tanzania, Timor Leste, Burkina Faso, Senegal and Cameroon.

Thank you for helping Tesco and Pampers deliver over 10 million life-saving vaccines to UNICEF! Vaccine Counter: 10 million Vaccines raised so far Vaccines raised so far (in millions)
Photos of Tesco's visit to Senegal

Tesco visits Senegal

Tesco’s commercial director Sheila Gallagher and other Tesco staff travelled to Senegal to see UNICEF’s vital work first-hand. They visited clinics and saw mums and babies being helped by the vaccine programme. Find out more about their trip.

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Specially marked packs of Pampers products

1 pack = 1 life-saving vaccine*

With each specially-marked pack of Pampers nappies and wipes you buy, Pampers and Tesco will donate one life-saving vaccine to support UNICEF in the fight against newborn tetanus.

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*For each Pampers pack with the UNICEF logo purchased, Procter &Gamble supports UNICEF in the fight against newborn tetanus with 4.4p/€0.054. This amount equals for example the costs of one tetanus vaccine or supports its delivery. UNICEF does not endorse any brand or product. More information at or