Pakistan is one of the seven countries most affected by global warming and climate change.
In an effort to preserve the environment and reduce the adverse effects of global warming, Safeguard partnered with WWF Pakistan and arranged a tree plantation drive in Karachi for the students of The City School.
A total of 1,100 trees were planted by 100+ students during a recent activity at Karachi's Hawkesbay.
Tree plantation can be a messy activity, but Safeguard's army made sure that kids wash their hands after so they are safe from germs.
Safeguard is playing an important role in saving the future of our coming generations. The brand has been leading its health and hygiene mission since the past 20 years by educating kids in schools about the importance of healthy hygiene habits.
This year, Safeguard has taken up the additional responsibility of not just teaching kids the importance of good hygiene, but also giving them an experiential learning experience on how to take care of their environment.
Here's how you can join
Even one small sapling can go a long way in improving the air quality and preserving the environment.
Safeguard is encouraging mothers and kids to join in, and play their part by planting at least one small tree in their gardens.
But don't forget to wash hands afterwards! Safeguard provides non-stop protection against germs for up to 12 hours so kids can take care of the environment while Safeguard takes care of the germs.
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