The costs of erecting a fence, however, were quite high. A significant amount of the project’s funds would have to be redirected towards building the fence before the water project could begin. As Rotary Club’s focus was on water and sanitation, they were unable to contribute funding towards this component of the project.
Never a quitter, Kish decided to turn to a new partner to help construct a fence: Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA). On a visit to Uganda in 2015, Kish scheduled a meeting with KCCA Executive Director Ms. Jennifer Musisi. At this meeting, he reminded Ms. Musisi of all the good work MCF had done at Kamwokya Primary School. He told her of his hopes to bring clean water to the school, and his difficulties with the school’s lack of security. Ms. Musisi agreed that ensuring the schools’ security with a fence was a paramount concern. She promised to look into the matter personally.