A new borehole was drilled on the campus of Pope Paul II Secondary School in the Arua District of northeastern Uganda last year and we visited there in October 2019. This school was established only eight years ago, but the Head Teacher Adriko Luke and his staff have established a strong curriculum to teach 480 students who study at O Level. Every year, some students achieve Division I ranking in the national exams. Previously, these students were fetching their drinking water from an open holding tank that was deep and students balanced on planks to lower buckets into the tank to get contaminated water to drink. The only other source of water was a dirty stream 2 kilometers from the school. Now, with the new borehole right on campus, boys and girls at this school can drink clean water, and they are healthy to study. This borehole is located at the edge of the school property, very near the village homes (see the picture), so local villagers also have access to clean water. Earlier in 2019, Rotary Club 33 of San Diego awarded $4500 for this project as a challenge to other donors to obtain the balance needed to drill this borehole. We are grateful that you met that challenge. Many thanks to Rotary Club 33 of San Diego and others for making this possible!!