The Social Impact of the Educational Water Pact Forum Projects

Our projects aim for a social impact that is measurable, verifiable, consistent, and sustainable and in line with Pope Francis’ Encyclical Letter “Laudato si”, which outline how to care for our Earth, our common home.

“Nature cannot be regarded as something separate from ourselves or as a mere setting in which we live. We are part of nature, included in it and thus in constant interaction with it. Recognizing the reasons why a given area is polluted requires a study of the workings of society, its economy, its behavior patterns, and the ways it grasps reality. Given the scale of change, it is no longer possible to find a specific, discrete answer for each part of the problem. It is essential to seek comprehensive solutions which consider the interactions within natural systems themselves and with social systems.”

As part of our projects we strive to reach out to young people and children, together with their teachers and families to work with us for a better future. We aim to transform reality through technology and education. Education, as Pope Francis teaches, seeks to harmonize the head (reason), the hands (action) and the heart (convictions, passion).
Our approach to the current environmental crisis is integral and holistic. We know that without a significant shift in our habits, lifestyles, and ecological management , any technical solution will be short-lived. Therefore, all our projects are designed holistically, using innovative technology and working with the community. As part of our capacity building approach we work with universities, schools and technical colleges for knowledge expansion and local expertise.
Chaco, Argentina
Chaco province is in a remote and underprivileged area in northern Argentina. About 100,000 people live there in poor agricultural villages with polluted water sources and poor sanitary conditions....
Arequipa, Peru
Natural water in the Arequipa region is contaminated with arsenic, which is poisonous to people, animals, and plants. The arsenic penetrates the plants and causes secondary risk to those who eat them. The Water Pact Forum seeks to resolve this issue. Our mission is to purify the drinking and agricultural water in the province....
Guatemala & Honduras The Plastic Island Crisis
The Caribbean coastal areas around the border of Guatemala and Honduras, and especially Omoa bay, are suffering from a dramatic pollution crisis. It is one of the world's worst solid waste hotspots....

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