For some people, school is a hard-won luxury. Maybe we are lucky enough to get education easily but little do we know that many children around the world have to adopt the most unimaginable routes in order to receive their education.
According to UNESCO, children in remote areas lack getting the proper education because of the underdeveloped school routes and dangerous pathways.
This is also possibly one of the reasons why children in those areas decide to quit school.
So, if you ever thought your commute to work this morning was bad, have a look at the journey these brave children have to make each day for the sake of getting knowledge.
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The children have to make a journey through the mountains to get to a remote school in Gulu, China.
The children going to school by climbing on unsecured and terrifying bamboo ladders.
You would find enthralling to pass through these cold chilly mountains but taking it as an everyday task is quite challenging and dangerous one. These children make their way to a boarding school through the Zanskar, Indian Himalayas.
Students crossing a damaged suspension bridge in Indonesia to seek education.
The steel cable is situated 400m above the Rio Negro River, Colombia.
Kids in Riau, Indonesia go to school in a canoe.
Kids traveling through forest across a tree root bridge.
Kids crossing a broken bridge in the snow to make to school in Dujiangyan.
Pupils traveling by boat in Kerala, India.
School girls have to walk across a plank on the wall of the 16th Century Galle Fort in Sri Lanka.
School students riding a horse cart to come back from school in Delhi, India.
Could you ever imagine your life like this? The students have to cross Ciherang River on a makeshift bamboo raft in Indonesia.
Students crossing the mountains to get to a boarding school in Pili, China.
Students cross a river walking on a 30 feet tightrope in Padang, Sumatra, Indonesia.
Have you ever passed through any kind of route like these children?
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