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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


Lead Community Agents in Haiti Host World Toilet Day Event

World Toilet Day is held every year on November 19th. This year’s theme was: Groundwater and sanitation – making the invisible visible, to highlight the impact of the sanitation crisis on groundwater. PWW hosted a successful, interactive event in the community of Deréal, Haiti to celebrate World Toilet Day and provide important sanitation and hygiene Continue reading


LIFE-Honduras Consortium

In 2021, we shared news that Honduras had been characterized as a migratory passage country for people traveling north from different countries within Central America, and, to a lesser extent, for people traveling from the Caribbean and Africa (read blog). Migration through Honduras has continued to evolve, with hundreds of migrants crossing the borders into Continue reading


Matt’s Holiday Letter 2022: Water is the Best of All Things!

As you prepare to celebrate the holidays and bring in a new year, know that our team is celebrating YOU! Your continued and generous support empowers children and their families, living in underserved communities of Haiti and Honduras, with the lasting foundation for a much healthier, more hopeful future. “Having the filter is like the 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