In July, the village of Rumbuol had their well repaired. The well was originally drilled by Tearfund South Sudan in 2015, but stopped working about one year ago. For the past year, the approximately 1,500 people in the village and surrounding area have been walking over 5 kilometers to fetch water from an open water source. As with the majority of open water sources, this was a potential source of diseases such as cholera and dystentry. But now, thanks to supporters, this community can once again use their well, restoring health and time.