This year a new borehole was drilled on the campus of St. Adolf Tibeyalirwa Secondary School so that 711 students there no longer have to walk deep into the bush to fetch water from a pond that is open to the animals and covered with ash from bush fires. The incidence of typhoid is down already since the students are drinking clean water from their new borehole (see the picture). This school is located in the Kibaale District of western Uganda, where dry seasons make local ponds dry up. Now there is a reliable and constant source of water to get the school through the dry periods. The Head Teacher Asare Owot says “We won’t be able to celebrate it enough”. Funds for this new well were donated by the Rotary Club 33 of San Diego ($4500 challenge grant) and individual donations from many of you. Many thanks to Rotary Club 33 of San Diego and all of you who made this possible!