Pampers One Pack = One Vaccine Campaign

What if you could help end disease by doing something you do anyway? No extra effort. No extra money. Some of you are already doing it!

"The Pampers “One Pack = One Vaccine” campaign is part of a global initiative with UNICEF to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT), a preventable disease that claims the lives of approximately 128,000 infants and 30,000 mothers in less industrialized nations each year – that’s approximately one death every four minutes.

Tetanus can be contracted during childbirth in developing countries, where women often must give birth at home in unsanitary conditions without access to adequate health 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.

From February 5 through May 1, 2009, parents in the U.S. and Canada have the opportunity to help UNICEF protect moms and babies around the world against tetanus by simply purchasing specially-marked packages of Pampers diapers and wipes. Each product they buy triggers one life-saving vaccine*. These specially marked packages of diapers and wipes cost the same as traditional products and are available wherever Pampers products are sold. For more information, go to:

In addition to product, parents can also redeem a special campaign “baby body suit” or baby body suit using Gifts to Grow points though beginning in February – each baby body suit triggers a life-saving vaccine*."

We fully support Pampers' efforts in helping kids stay healthy. We even have a few of their "baby body suits" to give away! Wanna win? Just comment here on this post with a positive message for Pampers and their partnership with UNICEF. We'll randomly pick a few to send a baby onesie to! You have until Monday, April 6th at 5pm CST to get your comments in. Giveaway is subject to complete site rules. (Be sure to give us a way to reach you if you win, and remember that we will never use your email or contact info for anything other than to send your prize.) Good luck!


  1. This is a great thing that they are doing


  2. Awesome! Tetanus vaccines are important so it's good to hear Pampers & UNICEF are helping kids!

  3. What a great cause, so many children can benefit from this program!

  4. It feels good to know that even when the essentials for raising a baby like diapers can make a difference and help preserve a life somewhere else in the world. Pass it forward.


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