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The Official Magazine of the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations

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Ram pumps installed in 23 communities across the country 100 ram pumps to be installed in 2013

Impact:

Partners: Earth Day Network and Alterntive Indigenous Development Foundation

Coca-Cola installs hydraulic ram pumps in water poor upland communities, providing them with a reliable source of water.

Coca-Cola strives to return to nature and communities the same amount of water it uses in all its products and their production by 2020 as part of water stewardship.

Over the last hundred years

More than 200,000 school children nationwide

Impact:

Partners: FNRI-DOST

Nutrijuice, an orange-flavored drink for kids 6-12 years of age, was created in order to address the occurrence of Iron Deficiency Anemia in 19.8% of Filipino children. Coca-Cola distributes Nutrijuice to these children via a supplementary feeding program that lasts 120 days.

Coca-Cola values the health and well-being of the youth.

More than 100 schools nationwide

Over 240 classrooms

More than 3,000 teachers

More than 60,000 schoolchildren

Impact:

Partners: Department of Education and Philippine Business for Social Progress

The Little Red Schoolhouse projects was launched in 1997 to help improve access to elementary education for disadvantaged children in remote areas of the country.

Education is one of the ways by which Coca-Cola gives back to the communities it serves.

The program will impact 100,000 women by 2020

Impact: In the Philippines, there are 10,000 women program graduates

Partners: Technical Education & Skills Development Authority, local government units, microfinance institutions and non-government organizations

In the Philippines, the STAR (Sari-Sari Store Traning and Access to Resources) Program trains women sari-sari store owners to become better entrepreneurs by providing skills training and access to business resources.

The Coke S3TAR Program is part of the global initiative of Coca-Cola that aims to empower 5 million women by 2020.

sari-sari store training & access to resources

Profile for TAYO Awards

Tayo 10  

Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations, 2011

Tayo 10  

Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations, 2011

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