The 10 Life-Threatening Journeys Made By Kids to Go to School

The 10 Life-Threatening Journeys Made By Kids to Go to School

Two sides of the coin. Where at one end of the spectrum, not the 57 million children out of school around, according to UNESCO, at the other end, living in the most remote corners of the hundreds of children planet, most unimaginable risk their lives Fashion go to school there. Here made by children to go to school are 10 fatal journey:

1. Children of Sumatra, Indonesia

How do I get the courage to do it? The first question that comes to mind when one looks at the children gradually strong-willed 30-foot image of a flowing river tightrope walk. After the walk, they go to school in the city of Padang seven miles through the woods. The heavy rain destroyed the local bridge Busuk Batu 20 village pupils steel wires holding it are the most dangerous balancing act. It’s getting to class on time daredevils face death by injury, drowning. But the lack of proper roads in the city, forcing the men to face death in the literal sense of silence each day.

2. Students of Pili, China

At the beginning of their term the school officials go to a very remote village to escort 80 school children of the villages on a life-threatening 125-mile journey through the mountains of the remote Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. Some of the pathways are carved out from the steep sides of mountains and are only inches wide. It takes them two whole days to reach the boarding school. For which they have to cross four freezing rivers, a 650ft chain bridge and four scary single plank bridges. And all these, they do to get educated.

3. Children of Cilangkap, Indonesia

Ever since the bridge over the Ciherang River broke down the students are crossing it on makeshift bamboo rafts. When the authorities didn’t bother to build a new bridge the students were forced to find an alternative means of crossing the river to go to school. The bridge had actually collapsed during the floods in early 2013. And since then they have been commuting to school on those narrow fragile boats over the river which is popular among tourist for its whitewater rapids.

4. Children in Colombia

They zip across the Rio Negro river with steel cables that connect one end of the valley to the other. 40 miles southeast of the capital Bogota, only a few families living in a rainforest lay there with them. Roaring steel cables suspended 400m above the sea and 800 meters long. Photographer Christoph Otto two siblings (Daisy Mora and took a picture of his brother Jamid) Zipping about 50 miles per hour in a minute. Inside this little 5-year old brother’s sack actually is and are associated with the two pulleys. The hand tool is a branch is expected to act like a man break. Except that it does not feel it, like a crude joke!

5. Children of Zhang Jiawan Village, Southern China

Never make it with no safety precautions in schools, that dangerous journey every day narrow wooden staircase. Zhang Jiawan Badagong village is located in the mountains and is characterized by drops in on all sides. School to a cross-country detour that will need 4 hours the other way. While concerned parents want to educate their children. Rickety looks to get an education through a series of steps is a struggle unlike any other.

6. Children of New Delhi, India

India 2nd most recent census population in the world with 1.2 billion people of the land abundantly revealed the country (after China). And there seems to be no signs of slowing down. The overcrowding and poverty, the plight of children are unthinkable. They are still reading it. The car in the photo above is a horse overloaded with children’s retuning to school. Tomb a little tilt or loss of balance can end in disaster.

7. Children of Lebak, Indonesia

Children of the Indonesian village Sanghiang Tanjung living on the other side of the Ciberang River have to cross a broken suspended bridge every day, to reach to the other side where their school is located. There is another alternative bridge but that’ll require an extra 30 minutes’ walk to reach. So the children use the old bridge without any safety device at all. They walk slowly, sometimes screaming as their shoes slip. After the story of these brave-heart children taking perilous journey to go to school spread across the country, Indonesia’s largest steel producer, PT Krakatau Steel came forward and along with some NGOs built a new bridge for them.

8. Childrens of Zanskar, Indian Himalayas

Living in the Himalayan mountains increased their way to their school-going deep down the school. No big deal, right? Except that sometimes thin ice layers and the risk of falling through the ice cold water of the children. If this happens, cold shock will grab their little bodies. Hyperventilation will set in immediately after, will sink to the bottom body, water, swallow and die. Rugged hard and often slippery icy ground. Dropping them may cause fatal injuries, but Zanskar children are undeterred in their journey to learn.

9. Children of Gulu, China

The glue of Dadu river valley remote mountain village in the overhanging cliff. Is called Yi ethnic group people belong to. For village children, through dangerous zigzag path along the cliff overhanging the road to school. Elementary School is one of the best constructed buildings in the village. He also made a basketball court on an empty space in front of the school. So guys, do not shoot, they shoot without playing a basketball net, the ball roll down the hills, and they could be lost forever.

10. Children of Meghalaya, India

467 inches of rain each year in the place known as one of the wettest. Labours of the practical with the banana and bamboo leaves on the body is said to work in the fields wearing umbrella. Over the years, and locals around the village Mawsynram who sometimes life moment is referred to as’ the roots of rubber trees have been trained to grow into natural bridges. He made a wooden bridge to be alive. Kashi RCLP school children cross the river roaring through their root bridge every day. They also manipulate ‘living ladder, a curve, it has been found that helps the villagers down the mountain.

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