They will extend in 2021 a health and drinking water program that benefits 42,000 families


Santo Domingo. – The North American NGO Batey Relief Alliance (BRA) and its counterpart BRA Dominicana reported the extension of the “Clean Water for Children” program, financed by the global company Procter and Gamble (P&G), with an investment of US $ 1.7 million, equivalent to RD 100 million pesos, with the delivery of drinking water, talks on preventive health, training of promoters and other actions to improve the quality of life of some 42 thousand families in rural communities, bateyes, and the border areas. The president-founder of BRA, Ulrick Gaillard, explained that this project is part of the “Commitment to Action” signed in 2015 by him and Bill Clinton, president of the Clinton Foundation; Secretary Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, vice president of that organization, to donate 90 million liters of drinking […]

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