We work directly in rural, underserved communities that lack clean, safe drinking water. We install sustainable water filters and latrines in homes and schools, and provide hygiene education to entire communities.
We follow every project with extensive monitoring to ensure that best practices are followed, and constantly look for ways to improve our programs.
Fri, January 23, 2015By: Katie Reed
Michael Reed is a volunteer with Pure Water in Honduras. He graduated from Clemson University with a degree in Chemical Engineering in 2010. He was employed by Dow Chemical prior to volunteering with Pure Water. He hopes to focus his career on…
Mon, January 12, 2015By: Noelle Thabault
Today is the five year anniversary of the earthquake that destroyed much of the country and killed over 200,000 people.
Whenever I return to the States from Haiti, where I have been working for several years, people ask me if things are getting…read more