Sapa’s landscape dazzles with its rolling hills and terraced rice fields. The villages and people in here are just as unique. It’s like a portal to another world. But can say what impressed us the most were the children from the several ethnic minority groups such as Hmnong, Dao, Pho Lu and Tay. And VietNam Typical Tours hope that: with only 10 photos to better understand the lives of the children upland in Sapa.
Walking in Sapa, you will meet girls are miniature versions or their mothers, learning how to embroider (and sell) at an early age. Boys play in the fields and tend to the water buffalos. Houses are simple structures with dirt floors, often without electricity or running water.
If you are reading this wirte you will see that many children younger than 5 years in Sapa are exposed to multiple risks, including poverty, malnutrition, poor health, and unstimulating home environments, which detrimentally affect their cognitive, motor, and social-emotional development.
Moreover 200 million children under 5 years are not fulfilling their developmental potential. Most of these children live in Sapa, These disadvantaged children are likely to do poorly in school and subsequently have low incomes, high fertility, and provide poor care for their children, thus contributing to the intergenerational transmission of poverty.
The kids here often do not go to school, they have to stay home with children or help their parents. Something special, children in Sapa, They may be young but they have a shrewd business sense. They walk with you in expectation that there will be a sale at the end of the day. And for tourists are very hospitable, polite.
However overcome all difficulties mentioned above that you will see the smiles of the children in this upland.
To know more about the lives of the children here. I think you should come Sapa to feel. I believe will be extremely exciting and meaningful.