Running Well provides communities in Uganda with access to clean water. With financial assistance from Worth Abbey Parish, Running Well has successfully built 2 water boreholes at Nabitende and Namungwale in Itanda Parish in Uganda. The water borehole at Nabitende has been built next to the local primary school which has 1,000 students. Building a water borehole next to a school means that children can fill up their jerry cans without missing classes. The water borehole at Namungalwe has been built close to the trading centre and serves all the surrounding households. Handover of the completed wells to the communities took place in February 2021 and are now helping approximately 3,700 people have access to clean water. Find out more and view slides here.