In rural Uganda, 1 in 12 children dies from preventable water-borne diseases before the age of 5. Without a piped water system, women and girls are forced to collect water for their households from contaminated lakes and puddles, or travel to a well in another village, which takes an average of two hours per day. Learn how one of Lifeline’s Hygiene and Sanitation Officers builds relationships with communities in rural Uganda and spreads lessons of good health and hygiene and redefining household practices.