Coca-Cola Africa Foundation and RAIN

LIFE-CHANGING ACCESS TO WATER. Water is a basic human right and a cornerstone for healthy, happy communities. Yet millions are denied access to it and run the risk of illness and even death due to contaminated drinking and washing water. In this story we travel to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa to explore how the private sector is partnering with local NGOs to provide safe water to schools and previously under-serviced low income areas.
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Coca-Cola Africa Foundation - Full Story. In this story we travel to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa to explore how the private sector is partnering with local NGOs to provide safe water to schools and previously under-serviced low income areas.  We explore this story through the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation’s Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) which started in 2008 to improve access to clean & safe water across Africa. Their aim is to reach 2 million people by 2015 and 6 million by…

Coca-Cola Africa Foundation - Full Story. In this story we travel to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa to explore how the private sector is partnering with local NGOs to provide safe water to schools and previously under-serviced low income areas. We explore this story through the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation’s Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) which started in 2008 to improve access to clean & safe water across Africa. Their aim is to reach 2 million people by 2015 and 6 million by…

Vignette - Coca-Cola and Charles Duna Primary School. In South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province, primary school principal, Nombulelo Sume, has been struggling with water access to her school for years. The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation’s Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) has refurbished ablution facilities, built water tanks and re-laid piping.  Water has brought the school’s veggie garden back to life and Mrs Sume is well on track to improving the health of her pupils.

Vignette - Coca-Cola and Charles Duna Primary School. In South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province, primary school principal, Nombulelo Sume, has been struggling with water access to her school for years. The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation’s Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) has refurbished ablution facilities, built water tanks and re-laid piping. Water has brought the school’s veggie garden back to life and Mrs Sume is well on track to improving the health of her pupils.

Vignette - Coca-Cola Providing Safe Clean Water. Over 300 million Africans are living without access to safe clean water. In response to this crisis the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation launched the Replenish Africa Initiative known as RAIN which is present in 37 African countries, including Mozambique.   Maputo based community leader, Graça Canda, has been working with RAIN to bring water to her community. RAIN has brought access to water and improved sanitation to Chamanculo C.

Vignette - Coca-Cola Providing Safe Clean Water. Over 300 million Africans are living without access to safe clean water. In response to this crisis the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation launched the Replenish Africa Initiative known as RAIN which is present in 37 African countries, including Mozambique. Maputo based community leader, Graça Canda, has been working with RAIN to bring water to her community. RAIN has brought access to water and improved sanitation to Chamanculo C.

Vignette - Coca-Cola and RAIN. Water is the source of life and yet on the African continent 300 million people are living without access to safe clean water. The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation has responded to this crisis with the Replenish Africa Initiative, known as RAIN.  Through RAIN, water networks are being brought into neighbourhoods and schools, and partnerships at every level have been formed, holding the key to the project’s sustainability and success.

Vignette - Coca-Cola and RAIN. Water is the source of life and yet on the African continent 300 million people are living without access to safe clean water. The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation has responded to this crisis with the Replenish Africa Initiative, known as RAIN. Through RAIN, water networks are being brought into neighbourhoods and schools, and partnerships at every level have been formed, holding the key to the project’s sustainability and success.

Water tanks at SME water supply company on outskirts of Maputo (2)

Water tanks at SME water supply company on outskirts of Maputo (2)

Water tanks at SME water supply company on outskirts of Maputo (1)

Water tanks at SME water supply company on outskirts of Maputo (1)

Water Facility SME owner, Unacio Macambo, looks out from atop his water tower in Albasine, Maputo (2)

Water Facility SME owner, Unacio Macambo, looks out from atop his water tower in Albasine, Maputo (2)

Water Facility SME owner, Unacio Macambo, looks out from atop his water tower in Albasine, Maputo (1)

Water Facility SME owner, Unacio Macambo, looks out from atop his water tower in Albasine, Maputo (1)

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