Most rural communities in Uganda have no access to clean water. Almost in every village we have visited, people share water with animals. Some ponds have stagnant water thus becoming a breeding ground to mosquitoes. The most vulnerable groups of people affected are the little children whose task majorly is to fetch water.

This has exposed entire communities to sickness and poor hygiene.

Since 2014, BCOM has reached out to different villages in Greater Masaka by manually drilling boreholes.

Sometimes we have encountered great challenges more so at locating the water table in some areas we can find the water at 120ft after encountering hard rocks