If there’s a will, there’s a way.
After about fifth grade, only a few lucky children will make the long daily dugout canoe trip to the remote region’s secondary school. For the children not chosen, there will be no more education. As teenagers, they will work the fields and river, along with their elders, in deplorable conditions for the rest of their lives. There are no other options in their subsistence culture.
But first we must find a way.