Children wishing to continue studies have to go Manebhanjyang for further studies. Manebhanjyang is about 19kms from Dhotre – a distance which is not possible for kids to travel both ways everyday to attend school. As a result, children in Classes 8 to 12 have to rent houses and stay together. Often it is just one room with 3 beds and a small, makeshift kitchen. They have an extreme hard life, as they have to cook, keep their house and attend school from such a young age. (image by Avishek)
Children wishing to continue studies have to go Manebhanjyang for further studies. Manebhanjyang is about 19kms from Dhotre – a distance which is not possible for kids to travel both ways everyday to attend school. As a result, children in Classes 8 to 12 have to rent houses and stay together. Often it is just one room with 3 beds and a small, makeshift kitchen. They have an extreme hard life, as they have to cook, keep their house and attend school from such a young age.
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