Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras

by Un Mundo
Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras
Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras
Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras
Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras
Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras
Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras
Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras
Transform 1,000 lives with clean water in Honduras


As part of the "Water Connections and Basic Sanitation" project, we worked on an educational campaign "The Voices of Adolescents" to raise awareness about the importance of caring for water, and how society can become involved in this type of initiative.

Testimony of an adult from the community:

Watching children concerned about deforestation and water scarcity, promoting educational campaigns, simply makes us adults reflect on our social and environmental behavior, and how we can offer a better world.

Testimony of child of the photograph:

Our voices must be heard, because they are leaving us a world that we do not deserve.

For making these initiatives a reality, we want to thank everyone who collaborates with this project, and at the same time ask for the support of sharing our experiences with other family and friends.

“Together we can achieve the change we want to see…”


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Our project has a holistic approach that addresses issues around water, therefore, if we want to have clean water, we must educate on waste management.

Our health education addressed with children from our programs, the management and control of garbage, through a campaign "Clean community, all healthy."

We are sure that, having children educated with environmental awareness, we will have a better quality of life. And, above all, reliable sources of water for the population, a need that must be constantly attended to.

We thank you for all your support for this project, and we invite you to continue collaborating. And if you're not a part yet, join us in continuing to change lives.


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Paper making
Paper making


The water and basic sanitation project promoted by the Un Mundo organization works in all areas related to environmental issues, in order to educate and make all beneficiaries aware of the importance of caring for our nature.

As part of the activities, children from various communities were taught to make card stock with recycled paper, extract paint from flowers, and make garbage cans from plastic bottles, training nearly 100 adolescents.

The purpose of these training processes is to reduce the negative impact on the environment, either through garbage or contamination of water sources.

To continue educating more people, we hope to continue having your valuable collaboration, and please share this experience with your contacts, so that they join this noble cause.


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Our organization Un Mundo believes that education changes life, and that is why we work hard on a sustainable education, with social and environmental awareness.

Our programming children have carried out an awareness campaign about the care and importance of water, in order to educate the population, and that we are more aware of the catastrophic consequences that we can have if we do not take care of our nature.

We are sure that, through these processes of training and development of capacities with our children, in environmental matters, we are contributing to offer a better world to future generations.

To continue improving living conditions, we need to continue to have your valuable collaboration, and on behalf of our communities, we thank you for all your support.

Don't forget to spread the word to more people. Together we can achieve the change we want to see.


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Water is becoming increasingly scarce, and this must be a constant concern because it puts people's health and lives at risk.

During all this time of the COVID pandemic, we have been able to verify the importance of having water in quantity and quality to prevent contagion, since hand washing is important.

We will continue working to offer quality drinking water to our beneficiaries, to ensure a better quality of life, in addition to an environmental education that guarantees the care and protection of water sources, and the correct use of it.

So far we have achieved incredible results, and parasitic and contagious diseases have been reduced thanks to our intervention with the project. However, to continue to have the same positive impact, we need to continue your support and collaboration, and helping to connect with more people.


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Location: Menlo Park, CA - USA
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