As a society, we face complex challenges. We know that it is necessary to collaborate with organizations that seek to generate changes in paradigms of the solution to social problems, as we do through our social investment.


    To implement the growth and well-being of Latin America we need to coordinate efforts with governments, businesses, non-governmental organizations, academia, and communities. During the past year, we created opportunities to dialogue and join forces with other sectors.

    We assembled more than 200 international experts at the 3rd Water Funds Biennial. This space was an opportunity to exchange innovative experiences in the field of water security and natural infrastructure. It also allowed us to establish commitments to face the challenges of water and sustainable development for the region.

    In December, we organized the Early Childhood Development Symposium "Foundations for our Future", bringing together 117 organizations from 9 countries, belonging to 5 sectors. Our objective was to raise awareness on the importance of coordination between sectors and alignment of the necessary pieces to achieve a real impact with projects focused on offering children a comprehensive development.


    In each of our projects we add our resources, capabilities and experience with strategic partners. This is how we develop solid solutions that allow us to multiply results, replicate learning and scale methodologies.

    We thank those who multiplied results with us. In 2016, we guaranteed more than USD $13.52 million in investments with partners, that is, an additional USD $2.39 per dollar invested in the year.

    Find the details of our investment here.

    Our Partners
    › Latin American Water Funds Partnership › Bancos de Alimentos de México › Coca-Cola FEMSA Brasil › Food for the Hungry › Alpina Foundation › Pilares Foundation › Glasswing › Millennium Water Alliance › Save the Children › Servicios Educativos del Bajío › Sésamo › The Nature Conservancy › UDEM (Universidad de Monterrey) › Unidad de Gestión de Desastres › WaterAid