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Teachers brave tough terrain to deliver milk to children in Kanchanaburi


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7 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

True community spirit, regardless of personal risks. Where are armed services with equipment to carry out these emergency duties?

 

Exactly, considering Kanchanaburi has a large contingent of army personnel.

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8 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

True community spirit, regardless of personal risks. Where are armed services with equipment to carry out these emergency duties?

 

Sat in the dry

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Many politicians are qualified parachutists as seen by the Golden wings worn on the left breast of uniforms. To maintain qualification they could HALO jump with milk laden containers into these communities and earn merit. I look forward to photographs of the Watchkeeper plunging to earth screaming "Geronimo"...........😂

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milk is minimum 95% water, with some skimmed milk over 99%.

There must be at least 1 cow close to that school, possibly a herd.

Even taking just one cow, or better several goats, will bring steady supply of milk through wet and dry of the first quality fresh drink, bar a hip of empty packaging scattered through the edge of houses.

 

Instead of milk there is also cheese - it's a milk without water. Highly nutritious and caloric.

There is also powdered milk - one kilogram would be for the whole school per day. 

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The parents thanked the teachers and volunteers, without whom the children would be without milk, as the school is located in the middle of the jungle and travel out of the village in Laiwo sub-district is near to impossible during the rainy season.”


Perfect place for a school.

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6 hours ago, internationalism said:

milk is minimum 95% water, with some skimmed milk over 99%.

There must be at least 1 cow close to that school, possibly a herd.

Even taking just one cow, or better several goats, will bring steady supply of milk through wet and dry of the first quality fresh drink, bar a hip of empty packaging scattered through the edge of houses.

 

Instead of milk there is also cheese - it's a milk without water. Highly nutritious and caloric.

There is also powdered milk - one kilogram would be for the whole school per day. 

y'see there y'go bringing logic into threads....cant be doing that.

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On 10/17/2021 at 5:44 AM, RJRS1301 said:

True community spirit, regardless of personal risks. Where are armed services with equipment to carry out these emergency duties?

 

Can't do anythying without appropiate instruction and/or orders from the force commanders. Doing what's true to your heart can so easily be construed as 'insurrection'.

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2 hours ago, Bert got kinky said:

 

No wonder kids are growing up soft, Mrs. Thatcher would have stopped this nonsense. 🤭

 

 

And supplied cardboard boxes as shelter perhaps, or the flooding, or airlifted them a cow?
 

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