USA’s Procter & Gamble takes an edge over Anglo–Dutch’s Unilever in establishing a Thai charity foundation

Procter & Gamble (P&G), the top USA global level, disposable consumer goods company, solidify its public relations drive, with the establishment of P&G Foundation Thailand, reports Matichon, a Thai press for the progressive intellect. The foundation, plans community services targeting three segments, being schooling for kids, women issues development and disaster response. P&G, in Thailand, is in competition with Unilever, and on public relations, the firm services Thailand from the Unilever Foundation, an outside Thailand foundation. Recently, Unilever and Oxfam, for example, launch pilot project to enhance women’s livelihoods for a more sustainable future in Thailand, in a program to “enhance women’s livelihoods in the militant hit Yala, Narathiwat, and Pattani”, in Thailand. This pilot program is focused on women affected by violence in these three southern border provinces, and aims to build their basic skills for sustainable farming and develop their business acumen, in order to create a more sustainable future for themselves and their families. The Procter & Gamble Company, also known as P&G, is an American multinational consumer goods company headquartered in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Its products include pet foods, cleaning agents, and personal care products. Prior to the sale of Pringles to the Kellogg Company, its product line included foods and beverages.[2] In 2012, P&G recorded $83.68 billion in sales. Fortune magazine awarded P&G a top spot on its list of “Global Top Companies for Leaders”, and ranked the company at fifteenth place of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” list.[3] Chief Executive Magazine named P&G the best overall company for leadership development in its list of the “40 Best Companies for Leaders“. (Source)

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