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Of all the diverse and necessary community development programs and activities that can be done, one of the most frequently thought-of among first-world partners is that of digging a well for a community with limited access to water. But what if there was more to consider and more to be done to ensure proper water provision in these areas? This article attempts to explain the nuances of such community development programs through the lenses of those who have been a part of successfully – and sometimes not-so-successfully implementing them.