Photos of soldiers taking time to teach children with their modules go viral

Photos of soldiers taking time to teach children with their modules go viral

- A group of soldiers was photographed teaching young children with their modules.

- Some of them were answering the modules, and there were others who were explaining the lessons to the young kids

- The photos showed a stark contrast between the kindness of the military towards young children and their ferocity in their own profession

- The photos have already gone viral and the netizens have reacted with so much respect for them

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A group of soldiers has inspired netizens after they were photographed teaching young kids at the hinterlands.

They were clearly trying to educate them, some apparently explaining to the young kids, while there are those who were also the ones answering the modules.

The photos of the group, which earned the commendations of netizens, were posted by Duterte for OFW page. The pictures have also gone viral and have captured the attention of many.

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Hopefully, there would be more men of service who will be like them, showing a heart towards civilians.

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These photos speak a thousand words. This is what one calls going beyond the call of duty. As per the post, many of the students find it hard to learn. Most of their parents were also no-read no-write.

Photos of soldiers taking time to teach children with their modules go viral
Photo: Duterte for OFW
Source: Facebook

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