Traveling and Working Amid the Pandemic: PWW Intern Shares

Written by Aubrey Racz, PWW intern. Shared with permission I began interning with Pure Water for the World (PWW) in the fall of 2020 during my second year of the Master of Public Health program at the University at Albany School of Public Health. A mentor at the school knew my interest in global water, Continue reading


Keep Haitian Students in School: Matching Donor Program

“With your help, we can create lasting change!” – Paul Sofka, PWW Board Member, Matching Donor With students in Haiti going back to school in August, time is of the essence. Paul has a goal to raise $30,000 by September 30th to help two schools receive lasting safe water, sanitation and hygiene solutions. Paul will Continue reading


Superstar for a day!

Written by Tracy Adams, Office & Donor Relations Manager, Pure Water for the World In October, I had the opportunity to take my first trip to Honduras with Pure Water for the World. During the week-long trip, the group of 18 volunteers installed filters, helped finish construction on latrines, visited a community to host a Continue reading


Celebrating 2019: Thousands Now Have Safe Water!

In the rural community of Solimar de Zepeda, Honduras, the school director and teacher worried about the water and sanitation issues in their community. They reached out to PWW for help. Today, thanks to their motivation for change combined with critical donor support, the school has a comprehensive safe water and sanitation program, including a Continue reading


PWW Intern and Scholarship Recipient Reflects on Experience

This summer, the Carolyn Crowley Meub Women Empowerment Scholarship was created in honor of PWW’s recently retired Executive Director of 17 years. This scholarship will be awarded annually to a student looking to make a difference in the lives of girls and women in developing countries. At PWW’s 20th birthday celebration, earlier this month, the first recipient Continue reading


“An Extraordinary Trip. A Beautiful Gift of Perspective.”

Written by Emily Shaw Osborne, PWW Volunteer, Honduras This week in Honduras with Rotary and Pure Water for the World has been an extraordinary trip, and a beautiful gift of perspective. It’s been a week of experiencing intense poverty, incredible joy, unique culture, and a powerful God who cracked our hearts wide open so that Continue reading


2018 ‘Ripple Award’ Honors Rotarian Devoted to Changing Lives with Safe Water

Preface by Eric Johnson, PWW’s 2018 Ripple Award recipient: Have you ever read this quote by John Wesley? “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long Continue reading