Global partners of Lifebuoy
LSHTM provides scientific, research and technical expertise on behaviour change and handwashing impact effectiveness. LSHTM undertakes handwashing research and programme evaluations of Lifebuoy programmes.
Lifebuoy is proud to be one of the founding members of the global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing with Soap which aims to save children's lives by promoting the awareness of this simple practice and raising the profile of handwashing globally.
MCHIP focuses on the reduction of child mortality in the 30 USAID high priority countries. Lifebuoy is working with them to promote hygiene behaviour change amongst new mothers and birth attendants in these countries to reduce child mortality rates by 25%.
Our newest partner, the Millennium Villages Project teaches handwashing across rural Africa in a bid to end extreme poverty. Using the latest research and technology, it helps some of the country’s poorest communities break free of the vicious cycle of poverty.
Lifebuoy is proud to partner with Healthmap and Boston Children’s Hospital, the world’s largest pediatric medical centre. Healthmap delivers real-time global updates of emerging public health threats, keeping you and your family one step ahead of infections.
Lifebuoy works with WSUP to expand the impact of its handwashing programmes through promotional campaigns in Bangladesh and Kenya. WSUP and Lifebuoy have jointly launched school programmes to change the handwashing habits of children and their families.