The Roman Catholic church through one of it’s Parishes, Mother Theresa, intends to provide clean water to its parishioners who are at high risk of contracting water borne disease such as cholera and diarrhea after failing to get running water at the church for close to six months of 2020. This has put the congregants at such high risk given the record of Budiriro suburb always being the epicenter of cholera. The church is situated in a high density suburb and services approximately on 500 households with total attendance on each Sunday slightly above 500 people. The congregants have tried to mitigate the exposure to diseases by bringing water in buckets but that has little impact. It is against this background that the Parish Council have decided to embark on a project to drill a borehole and erect a 10,000 litre tank which should be able to cater for the parishioners and the surrounding community.