A Look Back at the Nicaragua Water Project

Our Proud Past

Proud Past2004  CFCA receives funding from the Canadian Government (CIDA) for the Nicaragua Water Project
2005  CFC launches Water as a Human Right campaign
2007  Members of Community Water and Sanitation Committees in Nicaragua raise their voices and Nicaragua National Water Law recognizing water as a public resource is passed
2011  The Frank Flaman Foundation announces commitment to sponsor the purchase of a well drilling machine
2011  St. Angela School becomes our first School Champion to fund an entire community water well
2012  The project wins the United Nations Equator Prize for advancing innovative solutions for resilient communities
2012  Paola’s story is launched to facilitate school outreach here at home
2016  The Water project has brought clean water to over 100,000 people!

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