After being excited about the first sprout of water, the villagers went back to work. The men go back to drilling, the women continue to collect rocks and stones, and gravel was finished being made. Pipes began to be laid and gravel begins to be poured to build a well.
The men started to clear more land. Nya asked her dad what they were clearing land for. He told her that since there was a well being built and that the school already built was a half a day's walk away, they were going to build a school that was closer meaning that Nya could now go to school instead of having to walk to the pond every day.
The well and school were finished. Nya's village now has clean and more accessible water, and Nya and the other kids are able to go to school. Everyone in the village is enjoying their new life, especially Nya.