527. Barefooted resilience
Photo By: Sunil Manandhar
Posted Date: 16th January, 2013
The picture above is of a 5 Year old girl going to school barefoot, whom I met at Manakamana. When I asked her why she was going to school, she replied that she wanted to become a doctor and serve the people in her village. She always walks an hour to get to school, and after returning home she helps out her mother in the kitchen before sitting down to do her homework.
Everest Uncensored has initiated a program called Hike for Education (HIFE) through which individuals can join Deerwalk hiking teams and voluntarily contribute to the program in cash, kind, or direct sponsorship of students. For details, CLICK HERE.
Camera model: Nikon D5100
Exposure time: 1/160sec
Focal Length: 55mm
4 thoughts on “Barefooted resilience”
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Sad, but not that strange. I got first pair of shoes when I was eight. Bottom line is that she is still happier than many city kids with 20 pair of shoes when they can’t even talk.
omg so cute lets help her in education in nepal