The Ssunga Health Center well is solar powered and pumps over 5,000 liters of water per hour. This water supports a Health Center (hospital), a school, a church, and a community. There are more than 15,000 seeing a safer quality of life from this partnership. Ssunga Health Center noted water borne illness was one of the most common things that they treated people for (specifically typhoid and diarrhea being the two main concerns). Some of the kids we saw in the ward were there with both of those. Their previous water source was a hole that they had dug and using a tarp would funnel rainwater from the roof into their water hole. This water would be used to treat patients, tend to newborn babies after childbirth, and for the students' drinking water. This well was built in partnership with Shimadzu.