COVID-19, An Update from Haiti & Honduras – April 3, 2020

In an effort to keep you updated about how the people of Haiti and Honduras are doing during the continued spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve asked our teams to share. Here are their updates: Honduras “We are not going to wait for things to happen,” says Maria Inestroza, Honduras Country Director. “We are doing Continue reading


COVID-19, An Update from Haiti & Honduras – March 24, 2020

In an effort to keep you updated about how the people of Haiti and Honduras are doing during the continued spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve asked our teams to share. Here are their updates: Honduras In collaboration with PWW’s educational partner, CAWST (Centre of Affordable Water & Sanitation Technology), the PWW Honduras team is Continue reading


COVID-19, An Update from PWW

With COVID-19 continuing to spread across the globe, as of 3/19/2020, Honduras has nine confirmed cases. With severely limited medical resources and only 100 ventilators for its 9 million people, this impoverished country is joining other Latin American countries and taking an aggressive approach to contain the virus. On Sunday (3/15), Honduras closed its borders. Continue reading


Fortunate in La Fortuna Arriba

Jesus Perez, age 45, lives in the community of La Fortuna Arriba, located in rural Trojes, Honduras, with her husband, her 94-year-old father, and Ariana, her 8-year-old daughter (pictured right). Last year (2018), the community of La Fortuna Arriba was a recipient of Pure Water for the World’s WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) program. Jesus Continue reading


Superstar for a day!

Written by Tracy Adams, Office & Donor Relations Manager, Pure Water for the World In October, I had the opportunity to take my first trip to Honduras with Pure Water for the World. During the week-long trip, the group of 18 volunteers installed filters, helped finish construction on latrines, visited a community to host a Continue reading