LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Pampers is tackling gender equality, one restroom at a time.

Pampers, in partnership with Koala Kare, announced Monday that it plans to provide 5,000 baby changing tables for installation in men’s restrooms across the U.S. and Canada.

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“We know that dads want to be able to bond with their children by taking them out and about, and that means the inevitable diaper-duty no matter where they are,” said Andre Schulten, Vice President and General Manager Baby Care North America, Procter & Gamble. “In many instances today, instead of it being an easy, straightforward task it’s a moment that causes angst because the facilities needed are not always available.”

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To kick off the campaign, Pampers released a video with famous dads John Legend and Donte Palmer, who founded #SquatForChange after a photo of him changing his son in a restroom without a changing table went viral last year.

Throughout the next two years, Pampers will target “high-need” public locations in cities. The first 500 locations have already been identified, and installation is expected to be completed in the coming weeks, according to a release.

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