Rwanda is a forward-looking country on the brink of something special. 98% of children attend primary school, the highest rate in Africa, and growing employment means students can be ambitious about life after education.
In rural schools like Kibungo, however, many students are being held back by a lack of access to clean water.
Jean-Bosco, a bright, charismatic 17 year old, is one of those students. He wants to ace his state examinations next year, but he explains "Being thirsty affects your concentration. You think about water and how you can get it."
Jean-Bosco's only option is to wake up at 4.20am and make an arduous journey to the nearest water source to fill heavy jerry-cans with water that is not even safe to drink. This shouldn't be normal.
The good news is: you can change this.
This summer, you can reach 38 schools across Rwanda (including Jean-Bosco's) with the taps, tanks and pipes that will deliver clean water. You will give students a better chance to stay healthy, keep clean and focus on what really counts.
Will you donate today and give Rwanda's next generation the gift of clean water?