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In Kenya, many young girls travel by foot to and from school every day—sometimes as far as 10 miles. The walk is not only exhausting for the students, it’s also dangerous: men on motor bikes often lure in the girls with the promise of free rides and friendship. World Bicycle Relief has stepped in to provide over 200 students with bikes, allowing them to travel more quickly and in larger groups.