The Coca-Cola Foundation
Improving access to clean water
The Coca-Cola Foundation (TCCF) and WSUP have been working together since 2011.
Our partnership is providing better water services to low-income urban residents through organisational capacity building and infrastructure construction and rehabilitation.
In Kenya, WSUP worked in partnership with the Coca-Cola Foundation under the Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN), to improve water services across five cities, benefitting more than 600,000 urban residents.
In Madagascar, under USAID and the Coca-Cola Foundation’s Water and Development Alliance (WADA) partnership, WSUP is improving access to safe water and sanitation services for hundreds of thousands of people.
Blog: March 2021 – The stepping stones for sustainable water
Blog: June 2020 – Citywide access to water and sanitation services in Kenya
Blog: March 2020 – Bright water, bright future: climate resilient services in Madagascar
Blog: June 2019 – The Leak Squad: preserving Antananarivo’s most precious resource
Blog: August 2018 – Network extensions in Mombasa provides safe and affordable water to 30,000 residents
Blog: April 2018 – Improving access to water and sanitation for 450,000 Malagasy people