Because of its extreme isolation, the lack of access to health care facilities is a dire problem. The only health post in the community does not have access to clean water and it is improperly furnished and equipped. Without adequate facilities, the people must walk for hours to reach an alternative health post. They need a fully furnished and equipped health clinic within their own community. One of the major health concerns in Kushet is the prevalence of water-borne disease. This could be greatly minimized with the construction of clean water projects. Because the area has many natural springs, the community needs help constructing spring protection systems to safely capture and distribute the water before it is contaminated at the surface. In other places, hand dug wells are necessary to provide access to safe water. One of these places is the school, which is a separate need all together. In Kushet, the existing schools are old mud buildings that are falling apart. The children are crowded in too tightly and there are not enough desks, which forces many children to spend their day sitting on the ground trying to do their lessons in their laps. Two new furnished school buildings with four classes each are needed to allow the children of Kushet to attend school in an environment more conducive to learning.