If there's one word to describe Gerard Kaberuka, it is caretaker.
Even as a young boy, Gerard was taking care of things. The oldest of five boys, he was tasked with raising his four younger brothers. He balanced work and school, all while taking care of his family. Years later, after his parents passed away, Gerard officially became the head of the household, caring for his extended family.
Taking care of people in Gerard’s nature, so it is little
EKOCENTER, SUBWAY and World Vision have joined forces to create Fresh Water 4 All, a platform to promote sustainable access to clean drinking water in Kenya. SUBWAY will donate 30 cents of every bottle of Dasani (still or sparkling) sold at select stores* in July and August. World Vision will turn those funds into a sustainable, community-owned water system in Kenya where EKOCENTER is helping to drive social and economic development.
It was a day to remember in Rwanda. On June 13, Coca-Cola Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent joined Rwandan President Paul Kagame and many others to launch the country’s flagship EKOCENTER and celebrate a new model for social and economic development.
EKOCENTER is both a community center and a store. In Rwanda, Coca-Cola has brought together 10 partners from the “golden triangle” of business, government and civil society to make a transformational impact