Teens help Indian community

A group of teenagers from North Yorkshire have given up their summer holidays to try to improve the lives of those much less fortunate in India.

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Yorkshire teenagers help deprived communities in India

The teenagers work to build the foundations for a new toilet block

A group of teenagers from Yorkshire have given up their summer holidays to try to improve the lives of those much less fortunate in India.

They joined a unique charity project to help some of the most deprived in the remote community of Kamoda in Rajasthan.

They worked to provide local schools with sanitation and clean water.

It was made possible by hundreds of thousands of airline passengers who put coins in charity envelopes on planes.