Project Last Mile, a unique public-private partnership that transfers Coca-Cola's supply-chain management and marketing expertise to help governments and health systems deliver life-saving medicines and supplies to hard-to-reach communities across Africa, is expanding to Liberia and Swaziland, bringing the total number of countries supported to seven.
Majority ownership of the largest Coca-Cola bottler in Africa, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA), has been transitioned to The Coca-Cola Company. The Company plans to hold its controlling interest in CCBA temporarily until it is refranchised. View story here
Education and access to education are the pillars for both social and economic development all over the world. In four states across northern Nigeria, more than 65 percent of the population is unable to read. See how Coca-Cola and the UK Department for International Development joined forces to launch an education program in the country. View story here
The commitment to help promote sustainable development in our communities is a fundamental part of Coca-Cola's strategy for sustainable business growth. The Safe Birth Initiative demonstrates this commitment and will help reduce Ivory Coast's extremely high maternal and neonatal mortality rates. View story here
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