Personal care companies respond to Ebola crisis


Hanna Lange-Chenier and Frank Garriba report from Abuja

Soap and personal care manufacturers worldwide have responded to the Ebola epidemic with donations of their products to directly affected regions. Their goal especially has been to promote cleanliness as a means of limiting the spread of the disease. The US’s Avadim Technologies has donated its advanced Theraworx sanitation products to Liberia, in partnership with Eblen Charities, for instance. The North Carolina-based company produces a pH and hygiene spray that disinfects and cleanses, integrated with skin care surfactants.


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