Investors Announce $25M To Improve Access To Water, Sanitation In Latin America

Humanosphere: Investors pour $25 million into better water and sanitation in Latin America
Humanosphere journalist Lisa Nikolau discusses the announcement made by the FEMSA Foundation, Coca-Cola Latin America, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and the One Drop Foundation to invest “$25 million into an initiative to improve access to water and sanitation in some of the poorest countries of Latin America. … The initiative aims to improve water and sanitation for 200,000 people across México, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Colombia, and Paraguay before 2021” (3/7).

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