Water For Life Programme in Kenya

The Story

The Story

Bringing access to clean water and sanitation to remote rural villages near Makueni, where Diageo sources raw materials from the farming communities, is the first line of defence against the impact of climate change in these water stressed areas. This photo celebrates the completion of one project and reflects the collaboration required for success and the positive impact of the project.

Water For Life Programme in Kenya

Makueni, Kenya
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Nairobi

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