Manila Police launched "Mobile Library", also teaches street children good manners, nationalism



Manila Police District officers launched their "Mobile Library" / photo from Hukbo.com



Manila, Philippines – Aiming to help in preventing the youth from getting into vices and committing illegal activities, the officers of the Manila Police District has launched their “Mobile Library” just this week.

Street children can now borrow and read books for free, the police volunteers also taught them nationalism and good manners.



In photo shared by Hukbo.com, children came to participate in activities such as drawing and reading.



Children can also color drawings/ photo from Hukbo.com


The "Mobile Library" includes teaching the youth about nationalism and good manners


The "Mobile Library" includes teaching the youth about nationalism and good manners / photo from Hukbo.com



In some photos, some children indulged themselves in reading their book of choice.

The children get to choose any book they want to read for free / photo from Hukbo.com




The children get to choose any book they want to read for free / photo from Hukbo.com


Many of the netizens who have seen the Facebook post were happy and showed support to this initiative of the Manila police. Here are some:


Nadaanan ko sa roxas blvd. Salamat po MPD”

“GREAT IDEA AND A STEP FORWARD TO REACH THEM OUT!”

 “Hoy mga taga lp tularan nyo to”

“Mabuhay po kayo!”

"Keep it up, MPD! They also deserve to learn. Sana dumami pa po ang ganitong initiative."



Source: Hukbo

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