Ismael, a Compassion Burkina Faso staff member, shares, “Improved access to potable water, which seemed an impossible dream, is now a reality through this intervention.”
These are the things your Three Avocados #coffee purchases make happen.
Water towers constructed in Burkina Faso in a 2021 project will ensure that enough #water is stored to meet all of the community’s needs.
Project in collaboration with @compassion. Helped made possible by your #coffee purchases.💚💙�hoOQ
Access to #cleanwater can change everything. Water is used to drink, to cook, to clean and for sanitation purposes. Your purchase of Three Avocados coffee always helps provide clean water. Shop now: bit.ly/3qRCUQc
Access to #cleanwater leaves a lasting impact on communities. The chore of gathering water typically falls to women and girls. When less time is spent collecting water, more time is spent in school and positively impacting the community.
12 Years ago Three Avocados started as a creative solution to ending the global water crisis, starting with Uganda. 100% of our profits provide #cleanwater.
We provide coffee lovers with a product that enables them to make a 100% socially responsible choice when buying coffee.💙p
In partnership with @compassion, we were able to help reach nearly 25,000 people with clean water in our biggest WaSH initiative in Uganda in 2014-2017.
Access to clean water impacts so many areas of communities.
Did you know drinking #icedcoffee dates back to 1840?! Named a “mazagran,” a cold, sweet coffee drink created by the French army during the battle of Mazagran.
The 1920’s saw a rise in the popularity of iced coffee, but it was really energized by the Frappuccino in the 90s.
Ever wondered what a #coffeebean looks like before it gets to you?
A coffee plant produces a flower that turns into a green coffee cherry, which ripens into a red coffee cherry.
The ripe coffee cherries are picked, pulped, and the seeds sent for processing, then to be roasted.
Access to #cleanwater is the key to success for building stronger villages and local economies. With it, there is less time collecting water, and less illness from dirty water.
This means more time for learning and building better futures for children.