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Rain-drenched pavements on city roads are bad enough but, in rural areas of the Tak province, flood waters on the dirt roads have created clay mud swamps. Many roads are practically impassible, but some dedicated teachers are going above and beyond to commute to school each day. In the Umphang district of the northeastern province, roads have been particularly bad, especially around the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary. There are many local schools around the sanctuary, where dirt roads made of clay soil have turned into gooey, deep pits of mud. Local officials have been on call, ready to utilise tow trucks […]

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