Children in Musanda receiving medical treatment
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Oxfordshire teenagers follow charity to Kenya

A group of teenagers from Oxfordshire travelled to Kenya to follow the work of a charity that supports poor communities.

The children, from Abingdon, played a big part in raising the £50,000 needed for the Nasio Trust to build a medical facility in the town of Musanda.

BBC's Adina Campbell and cameraman Jonathan Eden went with them to find out why access to healthcare is vital for the town's children.

Viewers may find some of these images upsetting.

  • 19 Nov 2015
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