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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


“Organizations Tackling The Global Water Crisis”

Pure Water for the World was recently selected by Ezvid Wiki as one of six nonprofits to be featured in an article highlighting organizations dedicated to tackling the global water crisis.   Below are two excerpts from the featured article. The entire article and a video that highlights all six organizations can be found by clicking Continue reading


Today Is Global Handwashing Day!

Global Handwashing Day was launched in 2008 with a goal of raising awareness about the importance of washing hands to prevent diseases as well as to provide education about safe and proper handwashing techniques. “The 2019 Global Handwashing Day theme is “Clean Hands for All.” This year’s theme follows the push to leave no one Continue reading


PWW: 20+ Years of Evolution

PWW’s mission is to improve lives by empowering people with access to life’s most basic necessities…safe water and sanitation. PWW partners with underserved communities, delivering critical technologies and education to establish sustainable safe water, hygiene, and sanitation programs. With these essential tools and practices in place, children, families and communities are empowered with the life-changing Continue reading


Celebrating 2019: Thousands Now Have Safe Water!

In the rural community of Solimar de Zepeda, Honduras, the school director and teacher worried about the water and sanitation issues in their community. They reached out to PWW for help. Today, thanks to their motivation for change combined with critical donor support, the school has a comprehensive safe water and sanitation program, including a Continue reading