Water and sanitation are among the biggest challenges facing developing countries. Yet they continue to be low on the political agenda. In a bid to raise the profile of this human crisis, former Neighbors star Mark Little and a group of musicians set off to Mozambique to discover how communities are tackling the issue of human waste. Ecosan toilets that turn human waste into compost and pumps that provide water for remote villages are giving the people of Mozambique a sense of optimism. Direct community action can and does work. But breaking the cycle of poverty and despair will require commitment on a global scale. Uplifting and thought-provoking, this documentary addresses fundamental issues that are all too often met with resounding silence.