Children From A Remote Village In China Have To Take A Dangerous Path To Get To School – Design You Trust

Children From A Remote Village In China Have To Take A Dangerous Path To Get To School

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These children from Atule’er village in China put their lives in danger every day when they are going to school. To get there, they have to climb up the side of a mountain on a vertical ladder that is unsafely attached to the steep cliff.

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