Extreme road to school
In some countries, children are forced to travel to school by extreme ways - along the narrow path in the mountains or on the rope bridge over the cliff, and overcome various obstacles.
Children walk along a narrow mountain road to get to school in Bizhie, Guizhou Province in southwest China.
BANGO Elementary School is located halfway up the hill, and every day the students from the neighboring village Genguan must climb a narrow winding path carved into the mountain. The path is cut into the mountain. In some places its width is less than 0, 5 meters, so the children have to go to a chain, and press in the mountain, if someone wants to squeeze past. According to the director Xu Liangfan in school is 49 children.
The boy crossed the river on the rope to get to school in Pinto Gabang, Indonesia. These children should undergo a tightrope at a height of 9 meters above the river, to get to their school on time, and then go another 11 kilometers through the woods to the school in the city of Padang ...
Every day, 20 students have to cross the river, the local circus, after a suspension bridge collapsed in heavy rain.
Li Guilin teacher helps children to climb on one of the five rickety wooden stairs to get to school on a cliff height of 2800 m above sea level, in the district Gangluo, Sichuan Province, China. Children spend at school a week before repeating the dangerous journey to get home for the weekend ...
The wooden stairs leading to the school have been replaced by a metal staircase, which makes climbing much easier and safer.
A schoolboy crosses the aqueduct, which separates the village from the village Suro Plempungan in Java, Indonesia. Children have decided to use water as a reduction of the way to school, despite the fact that it was not intended to go over it people ...
In spite of the fact that it is dangerous, children say they are going to use it in the future, because it is faster than 6 kilometers to go.
In order to get to school children living in a mountain village in China every day to cross the valley hundreds of meters deep on a rickety, hand-made, the cable car. The villagers who live in the village Dekun in Guizhou Province in southwest China, before it made the journey on foot, and it takes 5 hours, but in 2002 a local resident Hui has constructed a simple cable car.
elementary school student Chen kitsch from the village of Gulu rides on a donkey, and his grandfather accompanies it. Gulu is a remote Chinese mountain village, situated in a national park filled with canyons, steep cliffs and overhanging rocks. The village primary school is probably the most remote in the world. It lies halfway up the mountain, and the path from the bottom to the school takes five hours ...
Children who attend school face many dangers on the way to it, and have to go down the path, the width of which is only half a meter, with a cliff on one side.
Dzhihong Zhao and her four-year daughter Ji Yi cross the broken bridge during snowfall, to get to school in Dutszyanguan, Sichuan Province, China. Chavan only link the village with the outside world is a wooden bridge. However, this bridge has been damaged by the flood, and now is in a dangerous state, dangerously skewed to one side.
Children go to school, using a "bridge" of the chairs, after flooding in the city of Changzhou, Jiangsu, China.
Woman carrying a table, while the little girl carries chair in the school in Macheng, Hubei, China, where primary school students must bring their own tables and chairs.
The five-year Lu Siling goes to his desk behind a motorcycle to his mother on the first day of school in Macheng, China. In urban schools, 5,000 children are learning, but there are only about 2,000 tables. Thus, more than 3000 children go to school with their tables and chairs as their parents' generation. Some children are even using the old tables of their parents.
Students carry their things, going to school out of the house on a mountain trail in the Dahua Yao Autonomous County, southwest Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Since children live in the mountains far from the village school, the majority of them remain in school for the entire school year and returned home for the summer and other holidays.
The children are in class Donzhong (which literally means "cave") - an elementary school in the village of Miao Jung County, Guizhou Province in southwest China. School built in a large-sized aircraft, natural cave carved in a mountain over millennia influence of wind, water and seismic shifts.