Clearing thirsty alien invasive trees to restore nature’s water springs

Clearing thirsty alien invasive trees to restore nature’s water springs

DAILY DISPATCH The eye of a spring in Matatiele is known as the place where the ‘water snake’ lives and the people who live there know that if you disrupt the eye of the spring,…

Improved Sanitation Facilities prevent disease spread

Pedro Rafael is a 28-year-old carpenter who lives in Aeroporto B with his wife and son, along with two other families renting his rooms. He has a small home garden and builds beds for a…

Improving Water Access to Peri-Urban Communities

Minória António, a resident of the São Dâmaso neighbourhood in Matola, Mozambique, knows full well what it is like to live without access to a safe and constant source of water. She lives with her…
Women trailblazers lead the way in water                conservation

Women trailblazers lead the way in water conservation

Women-inspired partnerships in South Africa are creating uniquely positive impacts on both the environment and livelihoods. This is with support from the Coca‑Cola Foundation, through its Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN). These are partnerships led by…
Empowering Women through Improved Sanitation in Kenya

Empowering Women through Improved Sanitation in Kenya

Judith Chelangat lives in the Githima community of Nakuru, Kenya’s fourth largest city. The community suffers from poor sanitation, with the sewer network used in the centre of the city not reaching into the settlement.…