Community Development Alternatives (CoCoDA) received $10,000 in unrestricted funds as the organization continues its work to sustain the Rural Community Clinic in La Mora, El Salvador, which has played a pivotal role during the pandemic. CoCoDA has been involved in grassroots, community development collaborations with communities in El Salvador since 1992.  In response to our current funding priorities, CoCoDA is proposing efforts that will both address the present pandemic as well as position their partners to address some of the gaps identified by the present crisis. CoCoDA’s pandemic response will address the role of clean water in public health as well as the need for easy access to healthcare.