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UNICEF Corporate and Philanthropic Partnerships



GARDENA supports UNICEF WASH-Projects – Launch on World Water Day 2018 

`Every Drop counts.´ – with this slogan, GARDENA and UNICEF started a long-term partnership on World Water Day on March 22nd, 2018. The company supports UNICEF’s global Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programmes. The goal: help provide more than 100,000 people with access to clean drinking water over the next three years.

GARDENA and UNICEF: for an improved water supply

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Pure joy: A girl in Laos drinks from a water installation that UNICEF built in her village.

For over 50 years, GARDENA has been one of the leading manufacturers of intelligent, innovative products and systems for garden care and watering. As part of its corporate social responsibility, GARDENA attaches great importance to a responsible and wise use of water as a precious resource. For this reason, GARDENA has decided to support UNICEF, who is a proven partner with the skills, reach and experience in WASH to help provide sustainable assistance and take action during acute crises.

UNICEF’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) team works in over 100 countries worldwide to help ensure a continuous water supply for children and families in communities in need of safe water; helps equip schools with sanitation facilities to enable as many children as possible to attend; and helps provide clean water supplies in emergency situations or after natural disasters. 

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Fresh water during the school break: These elementary school children in Burundi are happy about the newly built standpipe.

Within the scope of the partnership, GARDENA will provide a significant contribution to UNICEF’s WASH programmes worldwide with the aim of helping provide more than 100,000 people with access to clean drinking water over the next three years. The partnership builds on both UNICEF and Gardena’s reach and strengths to make a contribution to the global effort to SDG Goal 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. 

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GARDENA employees and schoolchildren from Ulm (Germany) form together the world’s likely largest water drop for the launch of the partnership.



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