Hand Hygiene Kit
Our Global Partners
LSHTM provides experts who will assist in research and technical things in researching behavioral changes and the effectiveness impact of hand washing activities. LSHTM took over the evaluation and research duties of the Lifebuoy program.
Lifebuoy is proud to be a member of The Global Public-Private Partnership to Wash Hands with Soap which aims to save children's lives by promoting this awareness in a simple way and raising awareness of hand washing globally.
The Integrated Maternal and Child Health Program, MCHIP focuses on efforts to reduce child mortality in the 30 countries that are included in USAID's priorities. Lifebuoy is working with them to promote changes in health behaviors among new mothers and midwives in those countries to reduce child mortality by 25%.
Millennium Village Project
Our newest partner, Millenium Villages Projects, teaches hand washing in rural Africa in an effort to alleviate the extreme poverty there. By using the latest research and technology, it can help some people in the world's poorest countries to escape the cruel cycle of poverty.
Lifebuoy is proud to partner with HealthMap and Boston Children's Hospital, the world's largest children's medical center. HealthMap provides the latest updates in the world on emerging public health threats, keeping you and your family one step ahead of the disease.
The Red Cross is an international NGO that works in emergencies and provides long-term assistance to affected areas. Lifebuoy partnered with the Red Cross in 2011 in the event of a landslide in Brazil, and supported them by providing appropriate health assistance at the time of the natural disaster.
Lifebuoy is working with WSUP to spread information about the impact of handwashing programs through campaigns and promotions in Bangladesh and Kenya. WSUP and Lifebuoy have jointly launched a school program to change the handwashing habits of children and their families.