Established in 2006, this program seeks to increase the availability of water for human and agricultural consumption through two types of components:

  1. Conservation: These projects seek to prevent erosion and retain fertile soil and water in the ecosystem.
  2. Infrastructure: Collection, distribution and filtration of water to homes and plots.

From 2007 to 2012, the program has implemented 52 projects with 1,659 constructions benefiting over 2,000 people. In 2013, we are operating 20 projects.

"Our program was a finalist for
the Latin-American Water and Adaptation Award at the Sixth Annual Water Forum in France"