PAF in partnership with UCC drills a borehole for Namateba community.

The neatly fenced water point protected from cows and other animals was drilled by PAF in partnership with its longtime partner Michael Shewburg from the United Church of Canada. It runs its waste water in to a banana orchard which along with the vegetable garden are income generating activities.
The availability of water in school will also help reduce absenteeism among girls when they are having their periods as they would usually stay away from school. This will in turn increase the number of girls staying in school as they would not have to worry about their pees as sanitation and good hygiene would be maintained.

IMG-20170323-WA0016[1]activities for the school.

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