No more contamination for families in Nueva Esperanza de Capire, Honduras

Nueva Esperanza de Capire is a remote community located in the Trojes region of Honduras. It is a very mountainous, rural community that takes upwards of 2.5 hours of travel time to access from PWW’s office located in the main town of Trojes. Water sources are abundant in the community. However, water quality analysis results Continue reading


Water and Sanitation in El Onal

In 2020, two back-to-back hurricanes ravaged communities across Trojes, including El Onal, tearing down homes and destroying water systems. We’ve spent the past two years helping communities recover from this devastating natural disaster. Clarke Cares along with generous donors stepped in to fund a much-needed WASH program that has empowered the families in El Onal, Continue reading


Closing Fiscal Year 2022

On June 30th, we closed the books on fiscal year 2022, having reached thousands of individuals living in underserved communities in Haiti and Honduras with life’s most basic necessities: safe water, sanitation and hygiene education. This past year, PWW teams were able to reach more than 2,600 community members, living in eight communities located in Continue reading


Meet Madam Jacqueline, Mother of 5

This is Madam Jacqueline Fucien, the mother of five children, ages 10-26. They live in Pistère, Haiti, where PWW is working to empower families with reliable safe water and hygiene education programs. Jacqueline’s family used to suffer with severe intestinal issues and diarrhea. Today, with their clean water filter and knowledge of healthy hygiene practices, Continue reading


PWW Named Classy Award Finalist! Vote Today

Pure Water for the World, Inc. Named a 2022 Classy Awards Finalist Today, we are excited to announce that Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) is a top 50 finalist for the 2022 Classy Awards.  Click here to read press release. Classy, an online fundraising software for nonprofits, launched the Classy Awards in 2009 to Continue reading


Helping Students Reach for Their Dreams

“With all that has been going on in Haiti, this WASH school project is of vital importance, now more than ever, to support the health of Haitian children, enabling them to stay in school and achieve an education that can open new doors to their future.” – Paul Sofka, PWW Board Member In 2020, Paul Continue reading


“Great Joy for My Family!”

  Elsa Marina Zelaya is a single mother who lives in the rural, underserved community of Nueva Esperanza de Capire, Honduras. With contaminated water chronically impacting the health and wellbeing of so many, her community has been in high need of a reliable safe water solution. “My family’s situation has not been very favorable, due Continue reading