Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Know Of Any Kid That Hates School? Wait 'Til They See This.

For most children getting to school means taking a bus ride or car pool, and some are lucky enough to be able to walk a short distance. But for children in other parts of the world, getting to school can be dangerous and the journey is long. Here’s what some of them face in order to get an education.

Children in Gulu, China hike a 5 hour journey into the mountains on a one foot wide path to school.

The children also wade through four freezing rivers, cross a 650 foot chain bridge, and four single-plank bridges. The journey takes two days.

Children in Gulu, China hike a 5 hour journey into the mountains on a one foot wide path to school.

Sipa Press

Sipa Press

Sipa Press

School children climb on unsecured wooden ladders in Zhang Jiawan Village, Southern China to get to their school.

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