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Collaborates with Kimberly-Clark in hand hygiene awareness campaign.

Disney to help teach hand hygiene in schools

Kimberly-Clark Professional has teamed up with Disney in a new campaign which will aim to improve hand hygiene amongst school children.

Recent data published by the Department of Education revealed that thousands of minor illnesses are often spread by poor hand hygiene in schools. The Kimberly-Clark programme will provide free learning resources and lesson plans to teach hand hygiene.

Kimberly-Clark will also display the likes of Mickey and Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck on a new range of printed hand hygiene dispensers, as well as on a series of colourful posters for bathroom walls. These will be created to ‘convey the key messages of the programme in a fun way that appeals to children’.

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