McKee's most popular 16mm film, produced in 1983 during the International Decade for Clean Water and Sanitation Decade. It was used by UNICEF, governments, and NGOs around the world to educate thousands of people in many languages. In this film, McKee used animation as an effective educational tool for the first time.
It won the World Health Organization Special Prize for Prescription for Health, best primary health care film, 11th International Festival of Red Cross and Health Films, Bulgaria, June 1985. Also, Best Audiovisual, Information Services Institute, Ottawa, 1983.