Ugandan water charity, Busoga Trust, has been given a boost thanks to Carey Olsen’s donated computers that will assist in the efficient running of the charity. The Channel Islands law firm donated 12 computers to the charity and they are up and running and helping the charity coordinate their projects. Busoga Trust, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, installs clean water sources throughout Uganda and the PCs donated by Carey Olsen’s Jersey office will be used to continue to help the charity coordinate their projects. In 2010 Busoga Trust was able to provide clean water for 50,000 people throughout Uganda where the only water available was dirty and drinking it resulted in illnesses and death. Carey Olsen’s previous donation of computers to the trust was instrumental in introducing computerised accounting for the charity. Carey Olsen partner, and Busoga Trust trustee, Nicolas Journeaux, said: “Carey Olsen has generously supported the trust over a number of years. A computerised accounting system allows us to show our donors how we spend their money and ensures that we produce current management accounts. The older machines donated previously were starting to fail so these new machines are the cavalry coming to the rescue for our finance director in Uganda.”