Oloolua primary school has a student population of 3,171: 1581 girls and 1590 boys.
To provide a sufficient ablution block with toilets and menstrual stations, reducing open defecation and the time wasted by students queuing at toilets or missing classes during menstrual period for girls.
# Provide clean water to the students, teachers and the surrounding community of about 2000.
To optimize available school economic resources to use, and provide community through sales, of borehole water to reduce costs and raise income to meet the schools' financial needs and achieve self-sustainability
# To create awareness on hygiene such as proper use of toilets, hand washing and collecting water for reuse
To strengthen the relationship with and support from the surrounding community through access to clean water from the Oloolua primary school borehole
# Training on how to use urine collected as a fertilizer in the farm