Bangladeshi children get pond swimming lessons
The London Olympics team is funding swimming lessons for children in Bangladesh as part of its mission to leave a legacy post 2012.
Working with charity UNICEF they are trying to give Bangladeshi children the skills to survive the waterlogged country that suffers frequent flooding.
Asian Network's Catrin Nye went to some lessons just outside Dhaka.
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