Millennium Water Alliance (MWA), FEMSA Foundation and Coca-Cola Latin America are teaming up to launch Water Links, a three-year program to help bring clean water and improved sanitation and hygiene solutions to 110,000 people in Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, México and Nicaragua. All partners and communities will invest a total of $12.3 million in the initiative. Coca-Cola Latin America and The FEMSA Foundation (representing many of the bottlers and distributors for Coca-Cola) together will fund more than $6 million (US) in the program, with MWA members and partners bringing another $6.3 million to the effort.
MWA and six of its leading international NGO partners – Aguayuda, CARE, Living Water International, WaterAid, Water for People and World Vision – will implement Water Links in each country. An online platform called Reality Simple Report (RSR) will track and analyze data and report on the program’s impact in real time.
|Location||Latin America and Caribbean, Nicaragua, Honduras, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico|
|Value||USD 12.3 Million|