3 ESSENTIALS FOR AN INNOVATIVE SOCIAL PROJECT

We bring you the top tips from the Latin American social entrepreneurs that received the BIB-FEMSA Award in 2019.

Early Childhood as a Global Workforce Imperative

Jerry Maginnis from KPMG on why investing in the earliest years makes sense from a business perspective.

Redefining innovation

 

How do we understand innovation in the WASH sector beyond new technologies? This piece by guest author James Peterson is part of the series World Water Week Ideas.

HOW WE WORK

We look for three traits in our projects:

Innovative

They offer different alternatives to be efficient.

Replicable

They adapt easily to the contexts and the countries in which we work in.

 

Scalable

Reach dimensions that significantly impact society.

OUR COMMITMENT

We drive the development of communities with applied scientific research as a basis for projects regarding sustainable water use and management and actions focused on early childhood development.  

We work in order for the communities where we operate to have a sustainable relationship with their environment.

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We want children to reach their maximum development potential.

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We seek to preserve, document, consolidate, promote and disseminate modern and contemporary Latin American art.

PROJECTS

We amplify our impact with strategic partners. During our 11 years of work, we have reached 12 countries in Latin America.

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AT THE MOMENT

Find out, minute by minute, what's the latest news on our projects.

Building a voice with stories: a talk with and from women at the 48th Cervantino

We delivered protection kits to more than 90,000 health staff members

Rewarding innovation in water, sanitation and solid waste