High School Students in Haiti Learn About Clean Water

During the week of April 16, the PWW WASH Training team (WASH = water, sanitation and hygiene) in Haiti provided educational training and support to high school students at the Union School in Haiti. The school is located in Juvénat, a suburb of Port-au-Prince. The Union School was initially established in 1919 for the children Continue reading


Earth Day 5K: Castleton University

By Tiffany Saltis, PWW Intern Get your sneakers ready because Castleton University will be hosting the annual Back to the Earth 5k Trail Run & Walk! The run/walk will take place on April 20th to wrap up Earth Week. The run/walk benefits Pure Water for the World and brings safe water programs to children and families Continue reading


World Water Day 2018: The Answer is in Nature

World Water Day is held each year on March 22nd. Created in 1992 by the United Nations, this global day of awareness is celebrated to raise awareness of the issues surrounding water on our planet. The goal of World Water Day is to draw attention to the importance of water and to promote the sustainable management Continue reading


Honoring Haitians: A Letter from Carolyn Meub, Executive Director

Dear Friends of PWW, Eight years ago today, Haiti experienced a life-changing event. A 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck this small island nation, killing an estimated 230,000 people, injuring some 300,000 more, and leaving 2.3 million people displaced. Today, while Haiti is in the news for another reason, I vividly remember the tragedy that struck this Continue reading