RAIN is The Coca‑Cola Foundation’s flagship African community program contributing to helping Africa achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals on clean water and sanitation access.
Managed by the Global Environment & Technology Foundation, RAIN aims to improve the lives of people in Africa through Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programs and other water-based initiatives.
Since 2009, RAIN has worked to address specific community needs – deploying a vast network of partners including governments, the private sector and civil society.
RAIN makes catalytic investments to improve the lives of over 6 million people in Africa through a wide range of water-based initiatives, including:
Community access to water and sanitation projects, promoting improved hygiene behaviors for positive impacts on health and development.
Projects to promote efficient and sustainable use of water for economic development.
Conservation projects in critical water basins that provide upstream economic services and downstream community water supply.
RAIN works with over 300 best-in-class international and local partners. Some RAIN partners include: