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#DidYouWashYourHands? LIXIL Global Handwashing Campaign Celebrates the Tap

Published 10-16-20

Submitted by LIXIL

Handwashing at the right moments has never been more important, but do we always remember to do it when we should?

Sometimes the simplest of actions can have the biggest impact. Like handwashing, for instance, one of the most effective actions we can all take to protect ourselves and prevent the spread of COVID-19, as well as many other infectious diseases.

You may not think twice about turning the tap on, applying soap and washing your hands. But this simple act remains a privilege for many. Three billion people, or 40% of the world’s population, do not have access to a facility to wash their hands at home.

This Global Handwashing Day, LIXIL will celebrate the tap, the unsung hero that helps us keep clean, by asking you #Didyouwashyourhands?

As a leading maker of faucets, we are proud that LIXIL products touch the lives of one billion people every day. We are committed to helping everyone wash their hands, but we need your help to do more.

How can you help?

1. REMEMBER TO WASH YOUR HANDS

Here are some facts and fun tools with all you need to know about handwashing!
https://globalhandwashing.org/global-handwashing-day/

2. SHARE

We’ve created fun videos to share with your friends and family, which we’ll be releasing throughout the week. Help remind everyone by sharing our message, #didyouwashyourhands?

3. DONATE

Earlier this year, LIXIL’s SATO announced the launch of SATO Tap, a new handwashing solution to make hygiene accessible for all. To date, UNICEF and LIXIL’s Make a Splash! partnership has focused on improving sanitation in three focus countries, which is now expanding to help households around the world practice hand-hygiene. You can make a contribution to help drive change. Visit our Make a Splash! website to find out how.

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