Zahira, Jackson and Salomé present the documentary film « On the way to school »

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In the framework of the movie’s promotion « On the way to school », some children like Jackson, Salome and Zahira have been travelling all around the world. Thus, Zahira, Jackon and Salome presented « On the way to school » in the film institute of Doha.

Jackson and Salome were also fortunate to present the film preview at the French Institute inTokyo, Japan.

14 Comments for : Zahira, Jackson and Salomé present the documentary film « On the way to school »
    • jen crawford
    • 21 February 2015
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    Ho we do we share this great movie with our kids? Ssw it last night at a film festival and am trying to find broader access to it

      • Berty
      • 11 June 2015
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      I don’t know if you have Netflix, but it is readily available through them.

      • AJ
      • 11 June 2015
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      I just watched it on Netflix. I also plan to share it with my kids!

      • aleyna
      • 18 June 2015
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      netflix!

      • Kanon Gourault
      • 18 November 2015
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      It is currently available on Netflix!

    • Stefannie
    • 11 June 2015
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    These kids are amazing. I recently watched the documentary about it i wish that they don’t need to travel that far to school.

    • Jenniffer
    • 20 June 2015
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    All of you are such a great kids. Keep following your dreams and never ever give up. All of you should be very proud of yourself for such an effort. Keep it up, trust me it is going to be worth it. You really are my hero.

    • ANGELLICA Pryce
    • 21 June 2015
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    This documentary truly touched my heart. To see the perseverance, strength, determination, and strong will of these children made me cry.

    • Lynn
    • 27 June 2015
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    Please tell me how I can help get Samuel a new wheelchair

    • Hannah
    • 2 July 2015
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    That was a really good documentary. Hope that Samuel got a better wheel chair though

    • Greta
    • 23 August 2015
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    You all touched my heart and put things in perspective. Your strength will be someone else’s strength. Keep sharing your story and of those still struggling in your areas. You are making a difference and leaving your mark! God bless you all!

    • Sarah
    • 25 August 2015
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    What a wonderful documentary! Thank you! What is the song that Jackson & Salome (the beautiful siblings from Africa, I think that is their names) are singing as they stop to take a break and share a prickly pear? I can’t get the tune out of my head and I have no idea what they are even saying! 🙂

      • Liz
      • 2 October 2015
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      Love this song too- remember singing it while growing up in Kenya. The song is ‘Yesu ni wangu wa uzima wa milele’. Simple YouTube search and you should find it.

    • Jean
    • 29 November 2015
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    The movie soundtrack is available on iTune – search under its original French name: Sur le chemin de l’ecole). It’s the first one, Chanson de Jackson. After watching this inspiring movie, my 4-yr old child went into her room and put on her backpack…she was ready for school at 8 PM on a Saturday!

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