Bea Perez on Why Sustainability Cannot Be Ignored A Kenyan’s Story of Hope Unearths the Impact of the RAIN RAIN Project to Expand in Africa The expansion will bring safe water access to more than 6 million people by the year 2020. RAIN: The Replenish Africa Initiative Learn what we're doing and how we're doing it. What's Happening Project RAIN Milestones Speakers celebrate the program's successful safe water goals 'We Believe in Africa' Why Coke Is Upping Its Investments Across the Continent Press Release US$5 Billion for Sustainable Growth in Africa RAIN Image Gallery View our full-page gallery of RAIN images. Our Partners We collaborate with governments, civil society and other businesses. VIEW OUR PARTNERS Play Button Infographic We are proud to share our achievement highlights to date with you. DOWNLOAD Play Button RAIN Videos RAIN Water for Schools At Charles Duna Primary School in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, water and sanitation challenges forced the school to close at 11 am each day, limiting learning opportunities. The RAIN Water for Schools program improved water and sanitation infrastructure at the school, creating a healthy learning environment and helping the 1,000+ learners reach their potential. Learn more about RAIN: http://www.coca-colacompany.com/rain/ Safe Water for Africa Africa is a continent with incredible economic promise, but water challenges can hinder growth. To increase access to safe clean drinking water and to reduce the incidence of water borne diseases, our Company, in 2009, announced a six-year, $30 million commitment to provide access to safe drinking water to African communities through the Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN). One particularly effective RAIN project is Safe Water for Africa, a business-driven safe water access program in several West Water for a Generation Between 2009 and 2012, RAIN Swaziland created 50 water sources for the people of Swaziland and impacted the lives of nearly 20% of the country's population. http://www.coca-colacompany.com/rain/ The RAIN Swaziland project was launched at a critical juncture in the fight against AIDS in the country as the Ministry of Health was preparing to decentralize TB and HIV/AIDS care and treatment to rural clinics. RAIN Swaziland focused on benefitting rural areas, where 75% of Swazis live. At the time, access Coca-Cola Project RAIN In 2009, The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation launched the Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN), a US $30 million program that is on track to provide at least 2 million people across Africa with safe water by 2015 and to fund water projects in every African country. RAIN-funded projects improve sanitation and hygiene, increase productive use of water and protect watersheds.