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Actress/Producer Salma Hayek Launches The Pampers(R) 'One Pack = One Vaccine' Program to Benefit UNICEF
Date:4/7/2008

th care. The disease rages through newborns within days of their exposure to the tetanus bacteria and almost always leads to a swift and painful death.

"The 'One Pack = One Vaccine' program is such a simple yet significant way that Pampers is helping to improve the lives of babies and their families on a global level," said Kirk Perry, North American vice president and general manager for Pampers and a father of four. "Pampers and UNICEF have a similar mission to support the well-being of babies and we are proud to partner with them to help make a difference around the world. This campaign means so much to us at Pampers and we are grateful to have the support of Salma Hayek to help spread the word."

For more information on the Pampers/UNICEF "One Pack = One Vaccine" program, visit http://www.Pampers.com/UNICEF.

(1) The figure is undergoing final WHO clearance.

(2) Including Angola, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic

Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar,

Mali, Mauritania, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania. Subject to change based

on conditions in each individual country.

(3) Pampers will donate five cents per specially marked product sold to

the U.S. Fund for UNICEF for a total donation anticipated to exceed $2

million. This spring/summer campaign is part of Pampers' global,

multi-year, multi-million dollar commitment to UNICEF that is

supported by Pampers moms and dads, one pack at a time.

(4) Participating charities include America's Second Harvest, Jacob's

Heart Children's Cancer Association and Children's Health Fund/New

York Children's Health Project.

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