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


Traveling and Working Amid the Pandemic: PWW Intern Shares

Written by Aubrey Racz, PWW intern. Shared with permission I began interning with Pure Water for the World (PWW) in the fall of 2020 during my second year of the Master of Public Health program at the University at Albany School of Public Health. A mentor at the school knew my interest in global water, 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


“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