Soldiers Who Were Helping Kids w/ Their Modules Lauded by Netizen
The inspiring photos of soldiers who were helping kids with their self-learning modules earned praises from the online community.
The Facebook page “Duterte for OFW” has shared the inspiring of kind-hearted soldiers teaching young students with their lessons. The photos are now circulating online and garnered praises from the social media users.
In the photos, it can be seen that several soldiers are helping the little children with their class modules. The armies even spends time sitting beside the young kids to help them with their lessons and school works.
The children in the mountainous area of Bacuag, Surigao del Norte are experiencing hardships and difficulties answering their modules. The parents of those kids were also busy on their works and some of them are also illiterate.
The combatant showed they were not just called to fight crimes and implement the rules and regulations but also to serve the people. The law enforcers also fight poverty and illiteracy by guiding students even for a little while.
The heartwarming gesture of the law enforcers touched the hearts of online community.
Here is the full post:
“Our country is not only facing armed conflict but also conflicts in different aspects and forms.
Law enforcers are not only called to fight against insurgents and armed men but also to help in any way combat poverty, illiteracy and criminality.
Help us in waging a war against problems that the Philippines is facing in various forms. “The Children with books and pencils, They are our most powerful weapon”.
During the conduct of combat operation in the mountainous area of Bacuag, Surigao del Norte, We found out that the children in far flung areas are having a hard time in learning and answering their modules. Because their parents cannot guide them, some of the parents were busy on their works and most of them do not know how to read and write.
These scenarios touched our hearts and gave us the urge to guide and teach these children in learning their modules. One of the kids asked “Abi namo makig gyera mo? I thought you were here for combat? And we answered ATOANG LABANAN ANG TERRORISMO AT KAWALAN NG EDUKASYON (Let us fight terrorism, and illeteracy) and then the kid said mandirigmang mantutudlo? And these was the start of our project to be known as MANDIRIGMANG MAGTUTUDLO (Combatant Mentors)
We aim to help those children in far flung areas learn and answer their modules, guide them morally and spiritually.
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