The consignment of products include Lifebuoy liquid hand wash, Lux bar soap, Wheel powder, Domex, Closeup toothpaste, Horlicks and Knorr soup
Unilever Bangladesh, one of the largest FMCG companies, has joined hands with Sena Kalyan Sangstha (SKS)’s nationwide relief support by donating health, hygiene and nutrition products for 50,000 marginalized families.
SKS, the welfare organization of the Armed Forces, and Bangladesh Army will distribute the products in different parts of the country to expedite the government’s Covid-19 relief support, said a press release issued on Saturday.
The consignment of health, hygiene and nutrition products include Lifebuoy liquid hand wash, Lux bar soap, Wheel powder, Domex, Closeup toothpaste, Horlicks and Knorr soup.
The distribution of products will start in the northern part of the country first before Eid.
Shamima Akhter, head of corporate affairs, partnerships and communications of UBL, handed over the products to Air Commodore M Moyeenuddin, director general, Welfare, of SKS at a ceremony on Thursday at its head office in the capital.
Director general of marketing division of SKS Commodore Mahmud Hossain, director general of business division of SKS Brig Gen Mirza Md Enamul Haque, director general of human resource division of SKS Brig Gen Md Shakhawat Hossain, deputy director general of business division-2 of SKS Col Md Arshaduzzaman Khan, deputy director general of coordination and corporate affairs of SKS Col Md Anwarul Islam, and partnerships and communications manager Towhid Ahmed attended the program.