Research has proven that more than ten million people in the Bamenda highland forest visit the hospital yearly due to water borne diseases, and at least 5 million children miss school each year due to water related illnesses. Also, about 40% of student/pupil lateness to schools, poor school attendance and/or absences is caused by inadequate water sources. Forest fragmentation and farming close to water catchments explain the reason for inadequate water supply for forest communities in this landscape. We seek to create an integrated water resource management system for communities in the landscape. Some activities will include: 1) Identify and plant trees along water catchments in the landscape, 2) Construct water collection and treatment chambers, 3) Community education on water resource management, 4) School environmental education and water testing techniques to build a young generation of water management engineers.