Agua Pura Para El Pueblo is offering its Water Testing and Water Purification Workshop on June 11, 2014 from 10am till 4pm in Portland. The program will teach accurate methods for testing drinking water for contamination and simple ways to make drinking water safe. Participants will get to test and analyze their own water samples. They will also learn how to make solar stoves and other methods of pasteurizing water.
Have you ever thought about volunteering on a service trip to a foreign country? Are you in reasonably good health and can take a couple of weeks off to see a fascinating part of the world and help alleviate serious health issues? This may be your opportunity! DOWNLOAD FLYER Volunteers with Agua Pura Para El Pueblo are traveling to Chiapas in southern Mexico from May 9 through May 21, 2014
Agua Pura is happy to announce plans for its latest service trip. From July 7th through the 22nd, 2012 we will traveling and working in Mexico with our local partner Amextra, The Mexican Association For Rural and Urban Transformation. Agua Pura has worked for several years with their organization promoting clean water and sanitation and will be returning to continue our programs with them. This year we will be visiting
Water Testing and Water Purification Workshop Agua Pura Para El Pueblo announces its third annual water testing and purification workshop on Saturday, May 12 from 10 am till 4 pm at the home of director Tom Carter. The workshop will include training in accurate testing and evaluation of drinking water for bacterial contamination. Participants will practice the procedures necessary set up and incubate specimens and will learn to interpret test
Viva Mexico, Lindo y Querido! Thanks to the support and encouragement of our friends and supporters we’re here in Mexico City about to start our water testing workshops. We’ve arrived on Mexican Independence Day so there is a lot of festivities and events, which sound like fun. We’ll start our work at Tultitlan on Monday. It’s harder to maintain this website while I’m traveling, but I want to keep in