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Going to School on a Mountaintop

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Uploaded on Aug 28, 2008

Going to School in a mountaintop means you have have to be able to climb. Skarma knows how to climb, so does his friend Sonam, it is how they get to school. You have to be able to climb if your school is nestled in the mountains. There is no electricity in this school or in the village, but in the summer months this does not matter - school moves outside where there is plenty of light. Today, high in the mountains where India touches Tibet, 29 children are learning about their world and playing hide-and-seek in the bright, cold sunlight.

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