04 Communities

We will create lasting value for our communities by investing in them and in their future, focusing on improving their health and livelihoods, and by investing in the employability and skills of women and young people.​

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At Equatorial Coca-Cola, we know that our success is tied up with that of our local communities and that when they thrive, so do we. That is why, we are committed to create lasting value for our communities, with a special focus on women and the youth, by investing in them and in their future by improving their health and livelihoods, and by cultivating their employability and skills. To do so, we will work to achieve our 2 main goals which will be driven by 5 action plans.

  • Goal #1

    Have a positive impact on the lives of 1 million people by 2030

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    Deliver water projects that positively impact people by improving water access, water use and water quality in our communities

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    Education, job skills and equal opportunities

    Provide critical skills training, mentorships and access to economic opportunities for women and the youth by 2030.

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    Deliver health projects that positively impact people with a specific focus on the welfare of women and the youth.

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    Positively impact communities by encouraging the expansion of the circular economy in our territories.

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    Let Your Eyes Enjoy!

    In partnership with Elena Barraquer Foundation and CIONE Ruta de la Luz partnership, Let Your Eyes Enjoy! project is aimed to provide cataract surgeries and prescription glasses free of charge to members of our communities who otherwise would not have access to them.

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    RAIN Project

    One of the requirements for projects sponsored by the RAIN program is that they empower women and youth in the communities where the project is deployed. This is because when families must travel long distances to get clean drinking water, women and children are disproportionately affected.

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    Dar L’Ftour

    Every year during Ramadan, ECCBC and The Coca-Cola Company join hands to distribute thousands of ftours – the evening meal that breaks the daily fast during the holy month of Ramadan.

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    Project Last Mile

    In partnership with The Coca-Cola Company, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and USAID, we leverage our supply chain capabilities to build up governments’ ability to deliver medical supplies to areas where they are currently unable to reach.

SDG 12

05 Sourcing

Make responsible decisions for our communities and our planet by supporting sustainable businesses across our value chain, from the farm to the table.​

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