Most Dangerous Path To School

Most Dangerous Path To School
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Here is the collection of most dangerous paths to school.Everyday, these young kids walk along a precarious path carved by the side of a cliff, as they make their way to class in Bijie, in southwest China's Guizhou Province.

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In Sumatra, Indonesia, about 20 strong-willed pupils from Batu Busuk village have to tightrope walk 30 feet above a flowing rive.
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In another Indonesian village of Sanghiang Tanjung, children living on the wrong side of the Ciberang River has to cross a broken suspension bridge
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APTOPIX Indonesia Daily Life
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In yet another Indonesian village, children cycle their way over an aqueduct that separates Suro Village and Plempungan Village in Java, Indonesia.
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In Filipino, elementary school students use an inflated tire tube to cross a river on their way to school in a remote village in Rizal province, east of the capital Manila.
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The Filipino kids at least have tubes. These Vietnamese students aren’t so fortunate at Trong Hoa commune, Minh Hoa district.
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Gondola bridges are common in the mountainous country of Nepal where good roads are in short demand.
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In Columbia, kids from a handful of families living in the rainforest, 40 miles southeast of the capital Bogota, commute via steel cables that connect one side of the valley to the other.
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Back in China,the children must also wade through four freezing rivers, cross a 650ft chain bridge and four single-plank bridges. The journey takes two days to complete.
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a girl is seen calmly walking towards her school unconcerned by the violence around her the photo is captured by Reuter photographer Ammar Awad in 2010.
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These pictures puts into a different perspective the whining complains of students about “having to go to school,” not bringing pencils or paper, and not making it to class on time. Ed Darrell, who blogs at Millard Fillmore's Bathtub, questioned: What value does this girl and her family place on education? Is education a civil right? Is education a basic human right?

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