A teacher and students stand near a RRWH structure (Roof Rain Water Harvesting) at the Matonyok Primary School near Narok. This school has four tanks with a total capacity of 48000 liters, enabling them to harvest enough water for cooking meals during 5 months. After that they have to buy water from the nearby city Narok for a price of 10000 Ksh for 12000 litres. The headmaster says the school could harvest even more water but needs a new roof. These structures are part of a healthy learning project which the school launched in collaboration with the Belgian Flemish Association for Development Cooperation and Technical Assistance (VVOB).