On Sept 6, 2010. Coca Cola inaugurated a safe water construction at the Van Binh secondary school, together with other safe water constructions in Thuong Tin district, Hanoi, providing nearly 6,000 pupils and students and 183 families access to safe water. The constructions include wells, water treatment facilities, water tanks and wash basins, with a total investment of more than $28,500. They are the final parts of the project “Safe water for the community” in 2010 by Coca Cola and the Research Center for Family Health and Community Development (CEFACOM). The project began in 2004. This year, many constructions have successfully been carried out in residential areas and schools in Ho Chi Minh City’s Thu Duc district, Danang City’s Lien Chieu district and Hanoi’s Thuong Tin district. The project has benefited to over 15,500 students and people, contributing to ease the shortage of safe water.
17 May, 2018