780 minutes of footage.
144 hours on the road.
A team's journey to reach a school in the mountains.
KATHMANDU - Last month, I was with BBC journalists who came all the way from London to do a story about WFP's School Meals Programme in remote villages of Nepal. The three-member BBC team (Ben, Sara and Debbie) and I flew from Kathmandu to Dhangadhi in the southern region of the country. Then we drove to Dadeldhura - for our first night's stop - up the mountains on never ending winding roads for about four hours on the same day.
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