Pure Water for the World Announces Safe Water for Families in “Dry Corridor”

Rutland, VT – July 15, 2020. Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) announces the official launch of a comprehensive UNICEF-sponsored program, entitled, “Humanitarian WASH Response to Communities Affected by Drought in the Dry Corridor in Honduras.” The comprehensive impact program is funded by UNICEF Honduras Country Office (CO), with the support of the underfunded Continue reading


Spin on Fundraising…

With a pandemic changing plans and canceling events for people around the world, PWW supporters asked how they could still be involved. We quickly transitioned the 2020 Ride for Safe Water event, planned for June, to the 2020 Virtual Ride for Safe Water…and, it’s a testament that pandemics can’t stop good from happening! PWW’s Ride Continue reading


Pure Water for the World Announces “Safe Learning Spaces” Project in Honduras

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Pure Water for the World Announces Safe Learning Spaces Project in Honduras Rutland, VT – July 9, 2020. Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) announces the official launch of a comprehensive UNICEF-sponsored program in Honduras, “Establishing Safe Learning Spaces: School Safety Plans with Gender-Focused, Climate-Resilient WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) Services.” Continue reading


“A Glimpse of Water’s Undercurrent”

Guest blogger, Carsten Pran, is a Robertson Scholar with dual-enrollment at Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is pursuing a major he designed called “Integrative Water Studies”, which combines multiple fields of study to better understand global water justice and equity. In 2016, he traveled to Trojes, Honduras with PWW Continue reading


COVID-19, An Update from Honduras & Haiti – June 10, 2020

PWW teams in Haiti and Honduras continue essential safe hygiene education outreach to help vulnerable populations as COVID-19 spreads.  Important to note: The work being done by PWW teams, in response to this crisis, is not simply a short-term band-aid. Decisions are being carefully considered with the objective of building upon our existing hygiene education Continue reading