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


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


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


Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: a Humanitarian Response to Migrants

Honduras has been characterized as a migratory passage country for people traveling from different countries within Central America, and, to a lesser extent, for people traveling from the Caribbean and Africa. In November 2020, as a result of the socioeconomic impacts of COVID19 worldwide and after the change in immigration policy in the United States, Continue reading