Rwaburindi Primary School
The Rwaburindi Primary School is one of a group of schools supported by the government and is located in an area of Uganda where a significant number of people belonging to the Batwa, a socially and economically marginalised ethnic group, live. The school houses predominantly Bakiga as well as the ethnic minority, the Batwa. It was only recently that the educational institution received funds from the World Bank which made it possible to build a series of teaching blocks.
However, the school is still up against huge problems: As the closest potable water source is approximately ten kilometres away, it is incredibly difficult to gain access to drinking water. It is nearly impossible to ensure sufficient water supply for the 388 pupils enrolled at the school.