The Coca-Cola Foundation (TCCF) and WSUP have been working together since 2011.

Our partnership, which spans five countries in sub-Saharan Africa, is providing better water services to low-income urban residents through organisational capacity building and infrastructure construction and rehabilitation. To date, over 1.5 million urban residents have benefited from improved water services under our partnership.

In Kenya, WSUP is working in partnership with the Coca-Cola Foundation under the Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN), to improve water services across five cities which will benefit more than 400,000 urban residents.

Blog: April 2019 – Health is wealth: improving communities through access to sewers

Blog: August 2018 – Network extension in Mombasa provides safe and affordable water to 30,000 residents 



In Madagascar, WSUP is implementing a project under USAID and the Coca-Cola Foundation’s Water and Development Alliance (WADA) partnership, the project will benefit over 450,000 Malagasy people.

Mahasolo from Antananarivo

Blog: October 2017 – Partnering for healthier cities – increasing water access in Madagascar

Blog: April 2018 – Improving access to water and sanitation for 450,000 Malagasy people


WSUP is a valued partner in helping us to build sustainable communities through access to clean water and sanitation service delivery. Their focus on building local capacity and bring the private sector, NGOs and research institutions together to focus on challenges in urban areas is directly in line with Coca-Cola's community water partnership strategies.

Dr Susan Mboya-Kidero, Former PresidentThe Coca-Cola Africa Foundation