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Agua para ConvidArte Tumaco

ConvidArte has provided sustainable access to drinking water and sanitation services for 38 communities living on the Colombian Pacific coast.

A Lazos de Agua Project

Targeted population
4 years
2018 to 2022
Tumaco, Nariño
Partners involved
One Drop thanks its partners in the Lazos de Agua Program: the Inter-American Development Bank, The Coca-Cola Foundation, and Fundación FEMSA — as well as ConvidArte’s executing partner, Fundación PLAN, and the Municipality of Tumaco and Aguas de Tumaco — for making this life-changing project possible!
Our key strategies

ConvidArte is part of the Lazos de Agua Program. Implemented by Fundación PLAN, this project has benefited from the active participation of the Aguas de Tumaco E.S.P utility, the Municipality of Tumaco, and the local community, who have contributed funds, technical assistance, and in-kind services. ConvidArte also counted on the active participation of the talented artist groups that have carried out our Social Art for Behaviour Change (SABC) interventions: Agencia de Comunicaciones del Pacífico (ACOP), Maestros del entretenimiento, and La Guagua.

Drawing from the succesful implementation of Agua para ConvidArte Tumaco, an additional initiative was launched within the framework of the Lazos de Agua Program: Agua para ConvidArte Quibdó. Implemented from 2020 to 2022, this initiative aimed to improve the living conditions and health of more than 17,300 people living in the municipalities of Tumaco and Quibdó, Colombia.

A·B·C for Sustainability


  • The aims of this project were to increase sustainable access to water and sanitation services that are safely and sustainably managed.

Behaviour change

  • This project has fostered key WASH-related behaviours through SABC interventions, including drinking water treatment and safe storage, handwashing with soap and water at key moments, and payment of the water and sanitation services tariffs.


  • The ConvidArte project created an enabling environment by strengthening the WASH supply chain, to increase the pace of access to drinking water and sanitation services.
23,118 people
have received access to water, sanitation, and/or hygiene services (WASH).
33,199 people
have participated in SABC activities promoting key behaviours related to WASH.
869 women & 295 men
including community members, government officials, teachers and students, have received training as Agents of Change.
21 community water supply systems
have been built or improved.
115 entrepreneurs
have been supported through the project.
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Project Milestones

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