World Toilet Day, established in 2013, is a United Nations Observance that “celebrates toilets and raises awareness of the 4.2 billion people living without access to safely managed sanitation.” It focuses on taking action to tackle the global sanitation crisis and achieve sustainable development. This year’s focus is on sanitation and climate change. PWW works Continue reading
By Maria Inestroza, Country Director, PWW Honduras Water and toilets have certainly changed the lives of the 557 people (285 men and 292 women) that live in the rural, dispersed communities of El Bosque, El Boquerón and Quebrada de Oro, in the Municipality of Trojes, Honduras. (learn more about the BBQ Project) Honduras agencies and authorities Continue reading
In looking back at 2016, we were fortunate to have some lovely photos taken by volunteers, board members and PWW travelers. The PWW staff also took some great photos. Here are some of our favorites that were taken over this past year.
By: Rachel Peck, PWW Intern Stop for a minute. Think over your day up until this moment. How many times have you used the toilet. Three times? Five times? Often one of the first things we do in the morning and the last thing we do before going to bed, using the toilet is an Continue reading