Clean water for the community in Mozambique
In many parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America, access to drinking water can often be a challenge. In partnership with the Mozambique Foundation for Community Development, Cervejas de Moçambique has funded two projects in Maputo with the aim of providing clean water for over 13,000 people.
Both projects involve constructing a borehole, installing water tanks and solar-powered pumps and providing water and sanitation education to the community. The aim is not only to improve access to clean water but also to reduce illnesses such as malaria, diarrhoea and cholera. Separately, a further 6,000 people in Beira should benefit from the provision of drinking water fountains.