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.
Tue, November 25, 2014By: Katie Reed
In April of 2012 my husband, Michael, and I went on a working trip to Honduras with Pure Water for the World. He had previously gone on a similar trip to Haiti with Pure Water and liked the work they are doing so much, we decided to volunteer long-term…read more
Fri, November 21, 2014By: Pure Water
Pure Water for the World recently participated in the 2014 Water and Health Conference organized by The Water Institute at UNC. This year’s conference, Where Science Meets Policy, focused on considering drinking water supply, sanitation, hygiene…read more