Skyllife School is located in Kawangware-Slum, which is the 2nd biggest slum in Kenya. Due to poor drainage-and sewer system in the slum and high population rate, most of the sewage is just disposed openly and anyhow. This leads to high water borne disease cases in the slum and it is sad to know that avoidable water borne disease like diarrhea caused by dirty water and poor toilets, kills a child under 5years every 2 minutes in this modern time, around the world according to a research carried out by WASH WATER.ORG. Most of our pupils failed to report to school due to cases of diarrhea, typhoid and other water borne diseases. Even those who reported, the foul smell from the sewage didn’t give them peace to concentrate in class, hence their education performance was highly affected. Prevention is better than cure and as always promoting good hygiene is one of the most cost effective health interventions.