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In Uganda, people's greatest need is water. Village People travel 3 - 4 Kilometers a day to stand in line for up to 2 - 3 hours waiting for water, and to top it off this is only surface water.

Surface and ground water are two separate entities, so they must be regarded as such. They are part of an interrelated system that is paramount when the demand for water exceeds the available supply.

We are using a technique called "Dowsing" in efforts to help locate water throughout the villages in Uganda.

Many dowsers today use a pair of simple L-shaped metal rods. One rod is held in each hand, with the short arm of the L held upright, and the long arm pointing forward. When something is found, the rods cross over one another making an "X" over the found object. If the object is long and straight, such as a water pipe, the rods will point in opposite directions, showing its orientation.

Click Here to witness the video from our recent visit to Uganda.