Introducing: PWW’s Community Education Program

Empowering Community Members to Eliminate Waterborne Illnesses Committed to empowering community members with the essential tools and education to sustainably integrate safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) programs into their homes and schools, PWW introduces the Community Education Program (CEP). OVERVIEW The CEP supports community-wide prevention and elimination of waterborne illnesses through the correct use Continue reading


WASH Lesson: The Importance of Bins

– By Junior Seraphin, WASH Training Coordinator, PWW Haiti An unhealthy school environment can significantly reduce school attendance rates. Among the diseases that affect children, the most important are intestinal infections and diarrhea. The promotion of good hygiene practices at home and at school are the most effective and economical means of preventing these diseases Continue reading


2022 Menstrual Hygiene Day Events

Global Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day)  is Saturday, May 28th! This year’s theme is “We Are Committed” and is in alignment with the United Nation’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). An essential component to achieving menstrual hygiene sustainability goals is that “everyone can access period-friendly water, sanitation & hygiene facilities everywhere.”  MH DAY IN HAITI Continue reading


Meet Madam Jacqueline, Mother of 5

This is Madam Jacqueline Fucien, the mother of five children, ages 10-26. They live in Pistère, Haiti, where PWW is working to empower families with reliable safe water and hygiene education programs. Jacqueline’s family used to suffer with severe intestinal issues and diarrhea. Today, with their clean water filter and knowledge of healthy hygiene practices, Continue reading