Thousands of the worlds most impoverished people live in the Namatala Slums of Uganda. Each day, they walk on average 10-15 miles to collect the water they will drink, cook, and clean with. Children often trade hours collecting water for hours they could be in school. This filthy water source is polluted with disease from insects and human and animal waste. This same water that will be collected for drinking is where animals will wade in to cool off and where humans will bathe and do their laundry. In Uganda alone, 8 million people don't have access to safe water and 4,000 children under five years old die each year from preventable diarrheal diseases. Something so basic and essential that we take for granted every day is a luxury for so many. The great news is that there is a very simple solution. For $6,000 we can drill a borehole that will serve an estimated 10,000 people - that is only 60 cents/person for a lifetime access to clean water. YOU can help provide life's most basic necessity for thousands of people!