Study on the UNICEF-UNILEVER Partnership for Hygiene Promotion in Primary Schools in Nigeria: final report

Murphy, David F. (2009) Study on the UNICEF-UNILEVER Partnership for Hygiene Promotion in Primary Schools in Nigeria: final report. UNICEF Nigeria, Abuja, Nigeria.

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Abstract

This report reviews the main findings of a study on the UNICEF-Unilever Partnership for Hygiene Promotion in Primary Schools in Nigeria conducted by UNICEF Consultant Dr. David F. Murphy from 22 September to 31 October 2008. The report begins with an outline of the study focus, approach and methodology. The report continues with background information on the UNICEF-Unilever partnership, the two partners’ activities in Nigeria and the hygiene promotion project itself. Important historical and contextual information on UNICEF and Unilever’s global efforts and significant contributions by other actors to promote hygiene via handwashing campaigns is also provided. This section of the report also includes some discussion of the meaning and principles of multi-stakeholder, public-private or cross-sector partnerships1 in an international development context. The rest of the report outlines the study findings namely the roles and contributions of the two main partners, key implementation challenges and mutual benefits of the partnership for both UNICEF and Unilever. The report concludes with a set of recommendations for future potential collaboration between UNICEF and Unilever in Nigeria. It is anticipated that the study’s findings and recommendations will also be beneficial for both partners in their efforts to explore new partnership opportunities with other partners.

Item Type: Report
Publisher: UNICEF Nigeria
Departments: Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS)
Depositing User: David F. Murphy
Date Deposited: 19 Feb 2018 09:41
Last Modified: 19 Feb 2018 09:41
URI: http://insight.cumbria.ac.uk/id/eprint/3606

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