I do not but pampers, but I do however think that this program is something that could help people in a developing country. I think that we are fortunate to live in a country where clean water and decent health care available, but need to remember that other parts of the world are not as fortunate as we are. Tetanus is a terrible way to die.
Neonatal tetanus is responsible for 14% of infant deaths according to UNICEF and WHO. This is usually caused by an infection at the umbilical cord stump. This is most common in countries with little or no health care available. There has been success with routinely vaccinating pregnant women in several countries.
This is all detailed here
I cd and even when I don't I don't buy pampers. So they aren't getting any $ from me.