Completed: November 2023
Serves: A community of 552 adults, plus a school with an enrollment of 874 students from the surrounding area
“Truly, our children in the school have been sharing water with animals. I, myself, have been one of the teachers sending these kids every day to a dirty pond to collect water to prepare their school meals. I have to admit that, but I had nowhere else to send them to.
“But now, with such a good water source, I will proudly send them to fetch water knowing that what they will bring in those containers is very safe water, worthy drinking for human beings. For that reason, thank you dear donors, for saving not only our children but the entire community from the many diseases associated with unsafe waters."
—Teacher at St. Kizito school
Celebrating and giving thanks for their clean water source