An Update from Honduras & Haiti – September 22, 2020

PWW teams in Haiti and Honduras continue essential safe water, sanitation and hygiene education outreach to help vulnerable populations prevent the spread of diseases, including COVID-19.  Summer Update As we enter into the first days of fall, we wonder where this year has gone! For a year that has been very different, with reduced events Continue reading


Keep Haitian Students in School: Matching Donor Program

“With your help, we can create lasting change!” – Paul Sofka, PWW Board Member, Matching Donor With students in Haiti going back to school in August, time is of the essence. Paul has a goal to raise $30,000 by September 30th to help two schools receive lasting safe water, sanitation and hygiene solutions. Paul will Continue reading


Pure Water for the World Announces Safe Water for Families in “Dry Corridor”

Rutland, VT – July 15, 2020. Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) announces the official launch of a comprehensive UNICEF-sponsored program, entitled, “Humanitarian WASH Response to Communities Affected by Drought in the Dry Corridor in Honduras.” The comprehensive impact program is funded by UNICEF Honduras Country Office (CO), with the support of the underfunded Continue reading


Pure Water for the World Announces “Safe Learning Spaces” Project in Honduras

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Pure Water for the World Announces Safe Learning Spaces Project in Honduras Rutland, VT – July 9, 2020. Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) announces the official launch of a comprehensive UNICEF-sponsored program in Honduras, “Establishing Safe Learning Spaces: School Safety Plans with Gender-Focused, Climate-Resilient WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) Services.” Continue reading


COVID-19, An Update from Honduras & Haiti – June 10, 2020

PWW teams in Haiti and Honduras continue essential safe hygiene education outreach to help vulnerable populations as COVID-19 spreads.  Important to note: The work being done by PWW teams, in response to this crisis, is not simply a short-term band-aid. Decisions are being carefully considered with the objective of building upon our existing hygiene education Continue reading


The Importance of Teacher Training

The Importance of Teacher Training: A Conversation with María Inestroza, Country Director, Honduras María, can you tell me about the teacher training programs PWW delivers and why they are important? We began training children at schools in 2011. Although it was fun, and we thoroughly enjoyed training the children, it was a little disappointing that Continue reading


COVID-19, An Update from Honduras & Haiti – May 1, 2020

PWW teams in Haiti and Honduras continue essential safe hygiene education outreach to help vulnerable populations as COVID-19 spreads.  Important to note: The work being done by PWW teams, in response to this crisis, is not simply a short-term band-aid. Decisions are being carefully considered with the objective of building upon our existing hygiene education Continue reading


COVID-19, An Update from Honduras & Haiti – April 23, 2020

PWW teams in Haiti and Honduras continue essential safe hygiene education outreach to help vulnerable populations as COVID-19 spreads.  Important to note: The work being done by PWW teams, in response to this crisis, is not simply a short-term band-aid. Decisions are being carefully considered with the objective of building upon our existing hygiene education Continue reading


COVID-19, An Update from Honduras & Haiti – April 16, 2020

PWW teams in Haiti and Honduras continue essential safe hygiene education outreach to help vulnerable populations as COVID-19 spreads.  Important to note: The work being done by PWW teams, in response to this crisis, is not simply a short-term band-aid. Decisions are being carefully considered with the objective of building upon our existing hygiene education Continue reading


COVID-19, An Update from Haiti & Honduras – April 10, 2020

PWW teams in Haiti and Honduras continue essential safe hygiene education outreach to help vulnerable populations as COVID-19 spreads.  Honduras The team has not let closures and stay-at-home protocols slow them down. Because messages do not often get out to the rural areas in which PWW works, the team has been busy creating posters for Continue reading