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    • Peri-urban residents of Antananarivo in Madagascar collect water from one of the 400+ kiosks built as part of a program led by WSUP to strengthen the capacity of service providers and improve access to WASH for low-income communities | Photos: Rapiera Tsilavo / GETF
    • A student from Kitui West in Kenya washes his hands in a school with improved water access as part of the project executed by Amref Health Africa | Photos: Rooftop / GETF
    • A girl from Bambasi, collects water from a community water station built as part of a program executed to increase community resilience in the Woalita and South Omo zones of Southern Ethiopia, and implemented by iDE | Photos: Rooftop / GETF
    • Technicians of the JIRAMA water utility in Antananarivo, Madagascar, repair a distribution line as part of a WSUP-implemented project to improve water and sanitation services for low-income areas | Photos: Rapiera Tsilavo / GETF
    • Aerial view of one of eight water points developed in the Kitui Village, as part of the project executed by Amref Health Africa in Kenya to provide access to clean water | Photos: Rooftop / GETF
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Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) Positively Impacting 6 million Lives Through Improved Clean Water Access, Sanitation Across Continent

Over 4,000 communities in 41 African Countries Now Receiving Benefit

Water security is critical to building resilient communities and economic empowerment across Africa. As part of its week-long celebration of World Water Day (March 22), The Coca-Cola Foundation (TCCF) announced the achievement of the Replenish Africa Initiative’s (RAIN) current goal to improve access to clean water for 6 million people. …