We have surpassed
our goal of
benefited with sustainable access to water, sanitation and/or hygiene by December 2022.
Our impact is measured beyond the numbers
Our operations achieve sustainability through social innovation and the power of art, co-creating in each country, hand in hand with our partners, with the communities, by them, and for them, solutions around Water, Sanitation and/or Hygiene (WASH).
We have completed 94% of our goals in Latin America
Our results as of June 30, 2022
People who have benefited from WASH infrastructure
WATER - WATER AND SANITATION - SANITATION - TO BE COMPLETED
People who have participated in SABC activities
MADE BY ARTISTS - MADE BY LEADERS OF CHANGE - TO BE COMPLETED
People who have benefited from WASH infrastructure and have taken part in SABC activities
PARTICIPANTS - TO BE COMPLETED
Building infrastructure is not enough.
The key to sustainability is the synergy of components A, B and C and the systemic collaboration of different sectors.
Multisectoral Collaboration has been key to keeping our goals steady in difficult times.
Despite the challenges brought by COVID-19 in all countries, key measures have been implemented to mitigate its impact on the Program. In addition to extreme weather events and coordination difficulties in such complex times, the Program is on track to achieve its expected results by the end of 2022.
Beyond implementation partners
The Program also positively impacts local artists, educators and community leaders who become Leaders of Change in their communities, and through the development of flexible capital access solutions that foster the local economy.
Social Art for Behaviour ChangeTM (SABC)
as seen by its protagonists
Discover our interactive dashboard to learn about the experience and effects, both immediate and long-term, that some of the members of the Lazos de Agua Program have experienced after participating in the SABC activities of the systemic model.
Using a specific methodology, the implementing partners conducted these interviews in the form of conversations, which show the impact at the individual and community level of the SABC approach processes, a fundamental pillar for the implementation of Lazos de Agua. Clean water and sanitation solutions.
Successful closing of the
Quiché Program in Guatemala
Learn more about this project, concluded in December 2020, where we reached 3.000 beneficiaries more than expected.
Giving back to the community
The book "Historias de Agua" from the Mexico project,
Available as an audiobook in Spanish (second edition), brings together stories from participants, community theater scripts, audio, and much more.
Clean water and sanitation solutions
Results of Social Art for Behaviour Change implementation in the Lazos de Agua Program from the beginning of implementation to its mid-term:
in the practice of hand-washing with soap and water at critical moments
in the proper payment of water service fees
in the treatment of drinking water at home
in safe storage of drinking water at home