A Lae based company, in partnership with a Non-Government Organization, has given funds for a rural water project which will serve the communities who have struggled with water shortages.
Coca Cola Amatail is helping to construct two dams in Sausi and Dumpu with the help of world vision.
Water is life but for this community in the Usino Bundi district, water has been scarce for a long time.
When Dumpu Primary started in 2012, the problem of water shortages was faced by the teachers who came to teach these children.
Eli Nadzu a teacher recalls how her family first came to Dumpu Primary School and lived with the water shortages.
Today marks a new beginning for the Primary School and the community of 5000 people who surround it.
Coco-Cola Amatail funded a Wash project with implementer World Vision who built two dams in Dumpu and Sausi.
The company, operating in 200 different countries, has given back to a community by funding the project in partnership with World Vision.
Globally, the Coca-Cola Company has set a goal of being water neutral by 2020.
Coca Colas’ Louise Maher yesterday said this during the ending ceremony of the Wash Project, which was attended by the American and Australian Embassy, the Department of Health and World Vision.
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