LIFE-Honduras Consortium (August 2023 Update)

Last year, we introduced the LIFE-Honduras Consortium, established to meet the unprecedented needs of migrating individuals and families, traveling through Honduras, and proactively address the demands migration is having on local communities (read November 2022 story). The LIFE-Honduras Consortium is made up of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Pure Water for the World (PWW), Continue reading

“Threads of Unity” – Seeds of Change for Women in Trojes

On May 3, 2023, 25 women, representing 14 communities across the rural Trojes region of Honduras, came together to embark on a learning opportunity that would transform their lives and open new doors of opportunity.  The women’s training program is an initiative of PWW, the Municipal Office for Women in Trojes, and UNICEF, implemented under Continue reading

Menstrual Hygiene Day 2023: Juan Ramón Molina School, Honduras

Menstrual Hygiene Day strives to create a world where menstruation is no longer a barrier to health, education, and gender equality. Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) is an essential component to PWW’s comprehensive WASH programs. To reinforce trainings and messaging about this important topic, PWW teams in Honduras and Haiti host and support activities being held Continue reading

LIFE-Honduras Consortium (May 2023 Update)

Last November, we introduced the LIFE-Honduras Consortium, established to meet the unprecedented needs of migrants in Honduras and the demands placed on local communities (read November story). As a reminder, the LIFE-Honduras Consortium addresses emergency response activities that cover the sectors of child protection, education, water, hygiene and sanitation, nutrition and health. The LIFE-Honduras Consortium Continue reading

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

LIFE-Honduras Consortium

In 2021, we shared news that Honduras had been characterized as a migratory passage country for people traveling north from different countries within Central America, and, to a lesser extent, for people traveling from the Caribbean and Africa (read blog). Migration through Honduras has continued to evolve, with hundreds of migrants crossing the borders into Continue reading