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By Suria Published: 11 Mar 2014 Audio: Malay
Dalina makes her way to Phnom Penh, where the villagers live simply in ramshackle houses without water or electricity. Together with fellow volunteer, Fazli, she soon discovers that simple innovations and recycling methods can improve their living conditions bit by bit. She collects unused and half-used soap bars from hotel customers, and brings it over to an organisation that recycles them into new soap bars for the villagers. She also discovers how a simple pet bottle, water and a bit of bleach put through the zinc roofs of the houses can shine as brightly as any electrical bulb. Finally she joins some school children, whom she is impressed by how fast they pick up singing and dancing, and even paint a new mural for their school.
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