Nestlé Lanka has opened its 11th water fountain at Kuliyapitiya Central College in the island’s North Western Province. The fountain provides drinking water to more than 2500 students. This brings the total number of children and adults that have benefited from the company’s drinking water projects to over 12,000.
Nestlé Lanka has built water facilities in schools, hospitals and places of worship. In parallel, the company conducts water education programmes in rural schools to promote water conservation. The water projects are part of Nestlé’s Creating Shared Value programme in Sri Lanka.
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Source: Daily Mirror, 14 Dec 2010