Water aid provides safe water, sanitation and hygiene education to some of the world's poorest people. This year, just one of the communities Wateraid will be reaching is Simango Basic School in Zambia. In its 70 year history, the school has never had a water supply, and only 9 toilets for 800 pupils.
It costs just £2 for one metre of pipeline needed to transport clean, safe water across the developing world. The pupil pipeline challenge is a fun and educational challenge for schools to help raise these vital funds for Water aid.
Pupils need to pass one of more buckets, bottles, jars, cups or even wellies filled with water along the line without dripping a drop. Or they can design their own water carrying device or pipe.