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PUBLISHED: 16:36 24 September 2008 | UPDATED: 15:21 25 August 2010

A SCHOOL has raised more than £200 for the world s worst humanitarian crisis by recycling mobile phones.

A SCHOOL has raised more than £200 for the world's worst humanitarian crisis by recycling mobile phones.

Pupils, parents and staff at Eltham College, in Grove Park Road, Mottingham, brought in £272 by recycling more than 100 mobile phones.

The money will go to the Red Cross Darfur Appeal, which aims to ease suffering in what is, according to the United Nations, currently the world's worst humanitarian crisis and one partly caused by climate change.

Pupils are pictured above with some of the mobile phones that brought in cash for Darfur.


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