This partnership had several key achievements through the formation of 104 individual private sector alliances: providing more than 100,000 scholarships, delivering over 150,000 textbooks, installation of 80 computer labs, training approximately 7,500 teachers, and training more than 5,000 health providers. In addition, more than 350,000 people received reproductive health and family planning informational messages, 26,000 mothers and 22,000 children took part in a maternal/child health program, over 46,000 people gained access to safe water after Tropical Storm Stan, and 7.4 million Guatemalans received vaccines to eradicate measles and rubella. The project surpassed USAID’s target leverage of 2:1 to reach 3:1, demonstrating the private sector’s commitment to improving health and education. Total project investment reached $24.6 million, with USAID putting in $6 million, and partners investing $18.6 million. Following the end of Alianzas in 2010, RTI implemented a follow-up project to run until 2014, continuing the work of the original alliance.