Being part of the Coca-Cola system means being part of the local community where you work, live and serve.

Over half a billion people in Africa lack access to critical medicines. Join us in helping to make life-saving medicines and health care services available to every person in Africa.

Project Last Mile exists to build public health system’s capacity in supply chain and marketing by sharing the expertise of the Coca-Cola system in African countries – in the communities where we work, live and serve.

Participate in this meaningful work through sharing your expertise, developing yourself and others, and offering access to resources.

If you have experience in the Coca-Cola system, Project Last Mile invites you to volunteer your time and expertise with us and support Ministries of Health to make life-saving medicines and health care services available to every person in Africa.

Here’s how you can participate:

Project Last Mile provides a new platform for you to participate in and be part of supporting governments in Africa to make life-saving medicines and healthcare in reach of every person.

If you can say yes to ALL items below, then we would love to hear from you to explore what opportunities there might be to participate.

  1. The work of Project Last Mile excites you;
  2. You are employed within The Coca-Cola System;
  3. You have the time available to volunteer;
  4. You are able to share skills in a collaborative manner with various groupings and levels of people;
  5. You are fluent in English.

Personal Details:

Share with us:

In what way would you prefer to participate?

participate 2 share:

participate 2 develop:

participate 2 provide:

What is your availability?

Please share your contact details, so that we may contact you directly.

  • acknowledge that I have discussed this application to participate with my Manager;
  • agree to the general terms and conditions and indemnities of being a Project Last Mile Volunteer; and
  • agree to receive emails and updates from Project Last Mile.

The process