Health & Hygiene
by 2020 to improve their health and hygiene
In India, over 150 million people were reached by December 2018 through programmes on handwashing, safe drinking water and sanitation.
in Foods and Refreshment met the highest nutritional standards in 2018
By 2020, CO2 emissions from Unilever’s factories will be at or below 2008 levels despite significantly higher volumes.
in CO2 emission
CO2 emission (kg/tonne of production) in HUL’s manufacturing operations reduced by 59% compared to 2008 baseline.
By 2020, water abstraction by Unilever’s global factory network will be below 2008 baseline despite higher volumes.
Water consumption (in m3/tonne of production) in HUL’s manufacturing operations reduced by 55% compared to 2008 baseline.
Waste & packaging
By 2020, total waste sent for disposal from our factories will be at or below 2008 levels despite significantly higher volumes.
Total waste generated (kg/tonne of production) in HUL’s factories reduced by 58% compared to 2008 baseline.
By 2020, Unilever will source 100% of its agricultural raw materials sustainably .
In India, a total of 65% of tea sourced for Unilever’s brands is from sustainable sources, and 100% of tomatoes used in Kissan Ketchup were sourced sustainably.
Opportunities for Women
HUL’s Shakti programme has empowered 109,100 women entrepreneurs as of March 2019.Watch Video
Positively impact 5.5 million people
by 2020, by enhancing their livelihoods
HUL has positively impacted over 2.9 million people across 30 locations through Project Prabhat initiatives focusing on enhancing livelihoods, water conservation, health and hygiene.