For weeks now countless millions of us have been captivated by the World Cup. There have been moments of extraordinary passion and excitement, triumph and defeat. And the cameras can bring every second of the drama right into your living room...that is, as long as you've got a television. Because there are still places that are largely beyond the reach of television, places where they've seen nothing of the World Cup. But BBC correspondent Annie Caulfield watched salvation come to one lucky village in Kenya.
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