The Cooperation Fund for Water and Sanitation (FCAS) has focused its interventions on Latin America and the Caribbean. It is currently implementing programmes in 18 Latin American countries, especially in rural and peri-urban areas.
Its regulations specify that at least 85% of the Fund's budget should be dedicated to low- and middle-income countries prioritised by Spanish Cooperation. Currently, this figure is more than 88%.
PRIORITY AREAS OF THE FUND
FCAS actions focus on rural and peri-urban areas with less access to drinking water and sanitation services, with the aim of closing the gap between these areas and urban areas, which generally have greater coverage or more possibilities of obtaining it. The Fund's programmes prioritise the most vulnerable and unequal populations.
The interactive map on the website shows the countries in which it is active.