El Porvenir means "The Future."

We partner with the people of Nicaragua so that they can build a future for themselves. Clean drinking water is at the core of El Porvenir; sanitation is necessary to ensure that the water is clean. In addition to sustainable water and sanitation projects, we work with communities on health and hygiene education and reforestation.

Get Involved

Travel to rural Nicaragua with El Porvenir as a volunteer to improve the lives of Nicaraguans and have the experience of a lifetime! 

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One Rotarian. one dollar. One tree.

2017-18 RI President Ian H.S. Riseley’s challenge: That all Rotarians plant a tree before Earth Day on April 22, 2018. The cost to plant and nurture 1 tree is $1. Will you work with us to meet RI President Riseley's challenge?

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Photos provided by Braden Gunem, Nile Sprague, and Water for Waslala

Banner Photo © Caroline Leal for Photographers Without Borders (2015)

We are proud members of Millennium Water Alliance, End Water Poverty, and The Wash Sustainability Charter.