Agua Pura para el Mundo to Continue WASH in Honduras

Happy Holidays! We have fabulous news to share.  It’s official…APPM will continue PWW’s impactful work in Honduras! Agua Pura para el Mundo (Spanish for “Pure Water for the World”) is a Honduran nonprofit governmental organization (NGO). About APPM. Agua Pura para el Mundo (APPM) was established in 2007 as a Honduran NGO doing business for Continue reading

Fiscal Year 2023 Impact Report

Your generosity makes a difference! Below, please find our FY2023 impact report and highlights from the year. *click on the images to make larger or click here to download a copy     As we begin a new fiscal year, our teams have ambitious goals to advance this impactful work and bring WASH programs to Continue reading

Ribbon Cutting: La Candelaria Neighborhood

“We now have the opportunity to find a job to provide for our families.” – Lorena Figueroa (pictured with daughter), single mom and proud new resident of La Candelaria, at ribbon cutting. On July 6th, the residents of the recently established La Candelaria neighborhood came together to celebrate the inauguration of this significant project that Continue reading

Climate-Resilient WASH Guidelines and Menstrual Hygiene Management in Honduras schools

In early December, the PWW team in Honduras, in collaboration with UNICEF, conducted a workshop with the Honduras Ministry of Education focused on “Climate-resilient WASH Guidelines and Menstrual Hygiene Management in Schools.” The primary objective of the workshop was to analyze recommendations for the establishment of climate-resilient WASH infrastructure in Honduran schools, which includes a Continue reading

WASH for El Coyote, Honduras

The rural community of El Coyote is located in the municipality of Maraita, Francisco Morazan, Honduras. Even though El Coyote is only 6.2km (3.8 miles) from the town center in Maraita, it takes about 45 minutes to reach the community by truck due to the challenging road conditions. The members of this community had seen Continue reading

Water and Sanitation in El Onal

In 2020, two back-to-back hurricanes ravaged communities across Trojes, including El Onal, tearing down homes and destroying water systems. We’ve spent the past two years helping communities recover from this devastating natural disaster. Clarke Cares along with generous donors stepped in to fund a much-needed WASH program that has empowered the families in El Onal, Continue reading