Millennium Water Alliance (MWA),
FEMSA Foundation and
MWA and six of its leading international NGO partners – Aguayuda, CARE, Living Water International, WaterAid, Water for People and World Vision – will implement Water Links in each country.
“Since 2007, The
Rafael Callejas, executive director of Millennium Water Alliance, added, “With the Water Links program, based on an integrated focus on the community, we will concentrate our efforts in eradicating water shortage, reducing the impact on the environment caused by the incorrect use of water, and improve the care of our water sources while creating a healthy living environment through improved sanitation and hygiene services.”
An online platform called Reality Simple Report (RSR) will track and analyze data and report on the program’s impact in real time.
“This is an important initiative
because we are promoting collaboration between different organizations, like
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