In 2018, a Global Grant award was made by Rotary International to fund drilling of new boreholes at four Quench and Connect schools. The grant was initiated by Dr. Charles Weber, a rotarian at the Rotary Club of Dubuque IA. The host country rotary club was Rotary Club Central of Kampala, with Quench and Connect as strategic partner. Rotary clubs throughout the world have ‘clean water’ as one of their project priorities. These funds provided new boreholes and clean water to four of our project schools, and we are happy to show you some of the students from these schools with their new boreholes. Altogether more than 2100 students at these schools now have clean water to drink, as well as thousands of members of the local communities. Have a look at the pictures to see these boreholes which are now in place at: Bujuuko Secondary School in the Mpigi District of central Uganda, Namagabi Secondary School in the Kayunga District of central Uganda, Otumbari Secondary School in the Arua District of northern Uganda, and Mita College in the Wakiso District near Kampala. Many thanks to Dr. Charles Weber for sponsoring this grant application and to Rotary International for funding the boreholes!