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To the delight of millions of children at the start of the school season, somewhe-re in some parts of the world, going to school is a luxury.

Xin mời xem để biết ta được hạnh phúc thế nào.
To the delight of millions of children at the start of the school season, somewhe-re in some parts of the world, going to school is a luxury.
The most dangerous roads to school in the world

According to UNESCO, in the last 5 years, the development and construction of roads to schools for children in many countries have been leveling off. There are areas whe-re roads are not accessible to schools, or roads are frequently flooded, making it more difficult for children to travel. Dangerous roads are also the main reason many children d-rop out of school.

Simple solutions to the problems have been proposed, such as building bridges, buying buses and hiring drivers. However, the lack of capital and the recurrence of natural disasters in many countries make it difficult to send children to school.

The images below show that in order to get "the word", children in many places have to go through roads that are not only arduous but also dangerous:

It took 5 hours to follow the trail around the mountain, only about 1 feet wide, children in Gulu - China to reach the school is said to be the farthest in the world:

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Children in Zhang Jiawan village, in southern China, must take turns climbing rudimentary wooden ladders, caught upright on the cliffs to go to school:

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Cross the snow-capped Himalayas to school in Zanskar, India:

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Students crossing a badly damaged suspension bridge in Lebak, Indonesia:

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The cable car must swing at an altitude of 800m, 400m long to cross the Rio Negro River, Colombia:

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Climb a river boat yourself to get to school in Riau, Indonesia:

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Across the forest with a makeshift bridge made of very primitive tree roots, India:

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Burmese girls ride buffaloes to school:

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Wish on a Tuk Tuk to school in Beldanga, India:

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Cross the broken bridge in the snow to get to school in Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province, China:

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Waiting on the roof of a rudimentary wooden boat to cross the river to school in Pangururan, Indonesia:

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The girls are carefully stepping over the makeshift board connecting the old walls of the Galle fortress built in the 16th century, in Sri Lanka:

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Rough and overloaded boats in Kerala, India:

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Students in Delhi, India go to school in a wagon:

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Cross the Ciherang River on a rudimentary raft made of bamboo, in the village of Cilangkap, Indonesia:

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Cross the 125-mile stretch of the cliffs to the boarding school in Pili, China:

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Travel on the remaining steel ropes of a broken bridge at a height of 30 feet to get to school in Padang, Sumatra, Indonesia:

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Elementary students in Rizal province, Philippines cross the river to go to school by inflated tires:                         Inline image                                     Inline image
Plz read more : The most dangerous roads to school in the world
                                   Most Dangerous Ways To School | HIMALAYA (India)
                                         https://youtube.com/embed/EEJpkEctSEA 
 
                                            World's Most Dangerous School Runs

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