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Motivated Teachers Create Lasting Change

WASH Success in Solimar de Zepeda Solimar de Zepeda is a community located in the rural region of Trojes, Honduras. The staff at the local school, Eufemia and Dora, worried about the water and sanitation issues in their community, especially in the school. They reached out to Pure Water for the World for help. The Continue reading


Grateful Grandmother in Cité Soleil

Tisse Saimphise is a 47 year old woman. She has lived in Cité Soleil, the urban slum located next to Haiti’s Port-au-Prince capital, since 1997. Her daughter, Geveline Saimphise, died last year, a couple of months after giving birth to Paulsin Fransito, Tisse’s grandson. Geveline was survived by her four children. Tisse lives in a Continue reading


PWW Celebrates 20 Years of Improving Lives with Safe Water

Rutland, VT – August 10, 2019. The Board of Directors of Pure Water for the World, Inc. (PWW) joined PWW founders, staff members, volunteers, donors, supporters, and partners for a festive event, at the ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain in Burlington, to celebrate the organization’s 20th year of bringing life-changing safe water and sanitation Continue reading


Jump for Safe Water: An Exhilarating Success

Jump for Safe Water is the inspiration of Carolyn Meub, PWW’s recently retired Executive Director. Carolyn wanted to launch into retirement with a fun, collaborative, engaging event that would celebrate her adventure with PWW and raise funds to bring life-changing safe water programs to children and families in Haiti and Honduras. Supported by more than Continue reading


It’s Time for Change…Menstrual Hygiene Day in Léogane, Haiti

May 28th was International Menstrual Hygiene Day. This year’s theme was It’s Time for Change. Pure Water for the World teams in Haiti and Honduras were very busy, working in several communities with students, parents, teachers, and community leaders to provide critical education about the female menstrual cycle. The engaging and interactive activities were all Continue reading