Why David&Goliath Built a Website That's 9 Miles Long

Five-hour scroll shines a light on kids in Sierra Leone


Walking nine miles to school every day, through hellish heat and merciless monsoons, past poisonous snakes, swatting away mosquitoes that carry malaria, dodging human traffickers along the way.

Sadly, this is a daily routine for many kids in Sierra Leone. The West African nation is in dire need of new schools, forcing youngsters, particularly those in poor rural areas, to walk for hours on dangerous dirt roads to just attend classes. They often lack fresh water or food.

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