I’ve recently done a little work for the Busoga Trust, a water and sanitation NGO working in Uganda. It’s been brilliant work (though I still have to get down there to finish off!), and such a worthwhile charity. More pictures will follow, but these are rushes from a day spent doing site visits to check the status of rural boreholes.
Children chasing the car during a site visit
Women and girls carry jerrycans home from a community water source
Coffee beans drying in the sun
The site visit car seen in a field near Iganga
A boy drinks water from one of the Busoga Trust boreholes
*Updated to add the images, whoops!
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