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  • 2009-635 | 2009-635

    A girl drinks from a new water tap introduced into every hut in her village bordering Pico Bonito National Park, Honduras. The taps draw from a waterfall in the rainforest 1.5 kilometers above their hut.

  • 202-15 | 202-15

    A man living in Santa Barbara, in the buffer zone of Honduras' Pico Bonito National Park, enjoys water pumped from a community water tank. The EcoLogic Development Corporation and the Pico Bonito Foundation are working together to provide villagers with access to safe water while protecting...

  • 202-16 | 202-16

    A mother and child living in Santa Barbara, in the buffer zone of Honduras' Pico Bonito National Park, enjoy water pumped from a community water tank. The EcoLogic Development Corporation and the Pico Bonito Foundation are working together to provide villagers with access to safe water while...

  • 202-17 | 202-17

    The EcoLogic Development Corporation and the Pico Bonito Foundation established a community water tank for indigenous Tulepan villagers living in Honduras' Pico Bonito National Park area. The tank serves 24 families, each of whom contributed 30 days labor toward the construction of the tank....

  • 202-18 | 202-18

    The EcoLogic Development Corporation and the Pico Bonito Foundation established a community water tank for indigenous Tulepan villagers living in Honduras' Pico Bonito National Park area (the tribal president appears here on the top of the tank). The tank serves 24 families, each of whom...

  • 202-23 | 202-23

    The EcoLogic Development Corporation and the Pico Bonito Foundation established a community water tank for indigenous Tulepan villagers living in Honduras' Pico Bonito National Park area. The tank serves 24 families, each of whom contributed 30 days labor toward the construction of the tank....

  • 202-19 | 202-19

    This water tank serves a community living in San Francisco, Honduras near the base of Pico Bonito National Park- 20 km from La Ceiba. The community is outside the park's buffer zone, but their water system is in the core zone. Familes pay two times per year at a rate of about $.80 a month. The...

  • 202-20 | 202-20

    This water tank serves a community living in San Francisco, Honduras near the base of Pico Bonito National Park- 20 km from La Ceiba. The community is outside the park's buffer zone, but their water system is in the core zone. Familes pay two times per year at a rate of about $.80 a month.

  • 202-21 | 202-21

    This water tank serves a community living in San Francisco, Honduras near the base of Pico Bonito National Park- 20 km from La Ceiba. The community is outside the park's buffer zone, but their water system is in the core zone. Familes pay two times per year at a rate of about $.80 a month. The...

  • 202-60 | 202-60

    A woman bathes her child in river in Honduras.

  • 202-22 | 202-22

    This water tank serves a community living in San Francisco, Honduras near the base of Pico Bonito National Park- 20 km from La Ceiba. The community is outside the park's buffer zone, but their water system is in the core zone. Familes pay two times per year at a rate of about $.80 a month. The...

  • 202-24 | 202-24

    A man sits next to a water tank in Honduras.

  • 202-25 | 202-25

    Genoveva Romero administrates a water system from her store in San Francisco, Honduras. The water system, located in the core of the Pico Bonito National Park, services 875 houses outside the park. Families pay $.80/month in bi-annual installments (80% are fully paid). If they don't pay, after...

  • 202-26 | 202-26

    Genoveva Romero administrates a water system from her store in San Francisco, Honduras. The water system, located in the core of the Pico Bonito National Park, services 875 houses outside the park. Families pay $.80/month in bi-annual installments (80% are fully paid). If they don't pay, after...

  • 202-56 | 202-56

    A woman washes clothes in the village of Santa Barbara, at the base of Pico Bonito National Park, Honduras. The tap water to her home was recently installed through grants to the Pico Bonito Foundation from the European Union and Ecologic Development Fund. Villagers donated a month of labor to...

  • 2007-836 | 2007-836

    Students at a school in a small Honduran village are fortunate to have toilets enclosed by cinderblock walls, despite dilapidated doors and open stalls that may leave students vulnerable to disease.

  • 380-17 | 380-17

    A Mayan-Chortí woman with her two daughters at a standpipe in a village near Copan Ruinas, Honduras.

  • 71-32 | 71-32

    Car driving through a flooded road.

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