Water and Development Alliance (WADA) II

Status 
Active
Region 
Global
Description 
WADA is a unique public-private partnership created in 2005 by USAID and TCCC to address community water needs in developing countries around the world. The first WADA mechanism will run through July 2017 and is now referred to as WADA I. WADA II began in 2016 and will run through 2021. In conjunction with local USAID Missions and Coca-Cola System partners (corporate, foundations, and bottling facilities), and with support from the Global Environment and Technology Foundation (GETF), a U.S. non-governmental organization, WADA contributes to protecting and improving the sustainability of watersheds, increasing access to water supply and sanitation services for the world’s poor, and enhancing productive uses of water. Through both WADA GDA mechanisms, the partnership is having a positive impact on the lives of people and the health of ecosystems in 30 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.
Implementing Partner 
Global Environment & Technology Foundation (GETF)
Total Lifetime Investment 
$ 9,483,369.00
USG Investment 
$ 4,200,000.00
Non-USG Investment 
$ 5,283,369.00
Activity Sector 
Start Year 
2016
End Year 
2021