It's something we all take for granted, but imagine your child's school had no access to clean running water.
That's been the reality for people in a community in Southern Africa. But it's changed thanks to a group of students from the South.
They travelled to Swaziland - to help villagers get access clean water, and to help build a new school. Mel Bloor reports.
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