EOS International empowers rural families in Central America with access to safe drinking water and opportunities to generate income through simple technology solutions and education.
A Central America where communities are healthier, free from poverty, and thriving.
EOS International empowers rural families in Central America with access to safe drinking water and opportunities to generate income through simple technology solutions and education. EOS promotes, manufactures, installs, tracks, and educates its users on life-changing technology projects that allow access to clean water and create economic opportunities for individuals to break the cycle of poverty and improve their quality of life.
Nicaragua and Honduras, where EOS primarily operates, are some of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere with fifty percent of the rural population living below the national poverty line. A large majority of the impoverished population lives in rural areas, where access to basic services is limited and to where businesses and NGOs rarely travel. In addition to living in remote areas and possessing little purchasing power, most rural families continue to live without access to clean drinking water and have little opportunity to generate income.
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 revisiting community installations to ensure a long-term, positive impact. Our strong partnerships with local communities, nonprofits, universities, and governmental organizations have helped us expand our reach and increase our effectiveness in order to continue our mission of building stronger communities.
Raise awareness on risks of drinking contaminated water and provide appropriate solutions.
Produce suitable technologies with locally sourced materials that are easily repairable.
Install our low-cost, high-impact water purifying technologies throughout rural Central America.
Teach recipients how to use, maintain, and repair their technology installations.
Track & Evaluate
Continually revisit communities, analyze technologies, and test community water quality.