Clean Water Across Borders

Help us bring clean drinking water to 40 rural communities in Central America!

Globally, waterborne illnesses are the second leading cause of death for children under five, but most of these deaths are easily preventable. This is unacceptable. That’s why EOS International has joined forces with International Rural Water Association (IRWA) to become a Central American influencer in providing safe water solutions.

This merger will allow EOS to continue to scale water quality services including water treatment, water quality testing, and water quality education to new communities, expanding our impact across borders to Honduras and Nicaragua. EOS’ efforts to provide safe drinking water means developing educational, income, and health opportunities – especially for women and children throughout Central America.

But we don’t simply stop after installing a water chlorination system. EOS believes that sustainability is the key to long-term success. Our highly successful circuit rider program in Honduras and Nicaragua provides excellent oversight and customer service for all of our beneficiaries. Circuit riders travel to each community on a monthly or bi-monthly basis and provide training, monitoring, evaluation and technical support of each of the water systems.

By supporting EOS International you are part of the solution. So far, we have supported more than 500,000 people gain access to safe drinking water and there are millions more who you can impact today.

When you invest in clean water, you save lives.

  • 40 Communities

  • $24,000 Goal

  • 22 Days

Forty of Forty Communities Funded!

$600 will provide a community of up to 1,000 people with clean water

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780 million people lack access to clean water worldwide

In Central America, more than 85% of people do not have access to safe drinking water

Water sources are contaminated with bacteria, causing harmful health issues, especially in children.

Our Reach
Our Reach

EOS International works in rural communities in Nicaragua and Honduras to bring safe drinking water and economic opportunity to some of the most impoverished and forgotten areas in Central America. Many of these hard-to-reach communities posses a water source without means of purification.

Our Technology
Our Technology

EOS’ water purification technology is a low-cost, low-maintenance solution that attaches to any rural community’s water tank and inactivates pathogens in water systems by releasing a controlled dosage of chlorine . One system can provide clean water for up to 1,000 community members and requires no energy to use.

Our Team
Our Team

With an on-the-ground staff of twelve in Nicaragua and eight in Honduras, EOS is a locally managed organization dedicated to the successful implementation of technology solutions through tracking, evaluating, and regular revisiting of communities to ensure installations create long-term, positive impact.

Our Training
Our Training

For successful, sustainable impact, we know it is imperative to educate beneficiaries on how to use, maintain, and repair their technologies. EOS works closely with communities to deliver formal trainings on water purification systems. In addition our on-the-ground is able to assist communities at a moments notice.

Our Analysis
Our Analysis

With our dedicated staff, EOS is able to test the quality of water both in the field and at our advanced water labs in our centrally located Nicaragua and Honduras offices. Circuit Riders continually visit communities on a monthly basis to test water quality and teach communities how to test their own water sources.

Our Tablets
Our Tablets

Our systems use locally sourced chlorine tablets to disinfect drinking water. Water chlorination has been recognized by the WHO as one of the safest, low-cost, and effective methods of treating drinking water. Additionally, our chlorine tablet distribution program creates income opportunities for entrepreneurs.

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