The Liberian Coca-Cola Bottling Company and its partners including the Business Link Aid, Global Communities, and PLAN International joined the Monrovia community to officially launch and celebrate its Golden Triangle Partnership under the Bolstering Africa's Resilience (BAR) initiative. The BAR program has been working with Business Link Humanitarian Aid which seeks to economically empower one thousand Ebola-affected women and support 500 affected female orphans in Liberia.

As the economic empowerment aspect of the Golden Triangle Partnership came to a close last month, two new projects were launched with a focus on water, sanitation and hygiene in communities and health facilities. The projects whose objective is to provide water access to 60,000 community dwellers in three counties were launched with two new partners  Global Communities and Plan International.

The Bolstering Africa's Resilience initiative is a program that came into being in 2015 in response to the ravages of the Ebola virus, and leverages the expertise of government, civil society and private sector partners to create a holistic and unified response to Ebola. The initiative focuses on programs in the sectors of water, health, economic empowerment, education and welfare of children who lost their families during the Ebola crisis. BAR is working to ensure long term regional growth, prosperity and stability.

Speaking at the launch of the water projects, the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation Director of Programs and Partnership, Dorcas Onyango, said "Today I'm glad to let you know that additional funding will be given for the increase of access to water for 6,000 people in Liberia and the community has a liability to sustain what we have achieved together."

Seth Adu Baah, Country Manager for the Liberia Coca-Cola Bottling Company, said that through the generous support of the Coca-Cola Foundation, LCCBC is proud to have worked with Business Link to empower women and help children affected by Ebola return to school.

Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection Julia Duncan-Cassell thanked the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation and the Coca-Cola system for the tremendous support in helping the country get back on its feet after Ebola. "Coca-Cola has always been our partner even before the Ebola epidemic and their 5by20 program has enabled our adolescent girls and young women to fend for themselves and their families, they have moved from zero to heroes."

The Liberian Coca-Cola Bottling Company and its partners including the Business Link Aid, Global Communities, and PLAN International joined the Monrovia community to officially launch and celebrate its Golden Triangle Partnership under the Bolstering Africa's Resilience (BAR) initiative. The BAR program has been working with Business Link Humanitarian Aid which seeks to economically empower one thousand Ebola-affected women and support 500 affected female orphans in Liberia. As the economic empowerment aspect of the Golden Triangle Partnership came to a close last month, two new projects were launched with a focus on water, sanitation and hygiene in communities and health facilities. The projects whose objective is to provide water access to 60,000 community dwellers in three counties were launched with two new partners — Global Communities and Plan International. The Bolstering Africa's Resilience initiative is a program that came into being in 2015 in response to the ravages of the Ebola virus, and leverages the expertise of government, civil society and private sector partners to create a holistic and unified response to Ebola. The initiative focuses on programs in the sectors of water, health, economic empowerment, education and welfare of children who lost their families during the Ebola crisis. BAR is working to ensure long term regional growth, prosperity and stability. 

Speaking at the launch of the water projects, the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation Director of Programs and Partnership, Dorcas Onyango, said “Today I'm glad to let you know that additional funding will be given for the increase of access to water for 6,000 people in Liberia and the community has a liability to sustain what we have achieved together.” 

Seth Adu Baah, Country Manager for the Liberia Coca-Cola Bottling Company, LCCBC, said that through the generous support of the Coca-Cola Foundation, LCCBC is proud to have worked with Business Link to empower women and help children affected by Ebola return to school. Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection Julia Duncan-Cassell thanked the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation and the Coca-Cola system for the tremendous support in helping the country get back on its feet after Ebola. “Coca-Cola has always been our partner even before the Ebola epidemic and their 5by20 program has enabled our adolescent girls and young women to fend for themselves and their families, they have moved from zero to heroes;