Repairing & Building safeguards for the borehole
In love for its community, Kole Intellectual Forum is working hand in hand with the community at Aboke Town Council, Kole District, Northern Uganda to see that, the project it is undertaking does not only benefit the community indirectly, but also on the other hand benefit them directly.
Much as the organization is empowering young girls and boys to fight for their rights and COVID-19 in Uganda; the organization is also well aware that: these activities are done where community are surrounding, hence there is need to have good relationship with the community and where necessary, the organization and its beneficiaries should share certain things with the community that benefit everybody within the community.
One important thing the students of the organization are sharing with the community is the borehole (clean water access). In several occasion the management of this water source committee has failed to deliver as expected to the community; to support them and build their capacity, the organization staff have decided to work with them together and where necessary provide them with financial support to help the maintain and improve in the work.
Organizational Staff decided to support community
Chairperson water source committee supervises
Students & community share water from one source