Lyantonde District in Southwest Uganda is perfunctorily referred to as the “dry corridor”, a place where drought is frequently common. SSF-U continues to raise awareness of WaSH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) procedures and organizes educational sessions in the villages on hygiene practices in food preparation, the importance of hand-washing, and safe water management. The SSF-U field team instructs families in the fabrication of drying racks, digging of pit latrines, creation of tippy-taps (a water can filled with water attached to a branch or tree permitting hand washing after latrine use), and water harvesting. Through the program, base community groups have invested in the construction of water tanks: this allows them to collect and store rainwater for domestic use. To date, SSF has also dug three bore-holes in the community.