Menstrual Hygiene: Empower Girls & Women

Given the multiple challenges women and adolescent girls face, it is evident that promoting menstrual hygiene management (MHM) is not only a sanitation matter; it is also an important step towards safeguarding the dignity, bodily integrity and overall life opportunities of women and girls. – World Bank (source) Across the globe, women and girls face Continue reading


Health & Hope in Limonade, Haiti

Your donation MATCHED! A group of passionate PWW supporters have come together to help us advance our work in Limonade by offering an incredible $85,000 in matching funds. We need your help to secure the full amount by June 30th!  Happy Spring, dear friend of PWW! I hope this e-letter finds you and your loved Continue reading


World Water Day 2022: Groundwater – Making the invisible visible

“Water is a basic human need, required for drinking and to support sanitation and hygiene, sustaining life and health. Access to both water and sanitation are human rights. A direct extension of access to WASH services not only improves educational opportunities and workforce productivity, but also contributes to a life of dignity and equality. WASH Continue reading


International Women’s Day in Honduras

Celebrated on March 8th each year, International Women’s Day is an internationally recognized day to honor and celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women around the world.  International Women’s Day has been celebrated for over a century, with its roots dating back to 1911 (view full history here). Thank you to Santiago Continue reading


The Charitable Confectioner Presents

Linda Khachadurian is the founder of the sugar and chocolate art business, Chipper Confections, a volunteer-run 501(c)3 educational nonprofit, which works with the children in Haiti and Armenia. She is also a long-time friend and supporter of Pure Water for the World. Linda currently has an edible art show at The Karen Aqua Gallery in Cambridge, Continue reading