Vaccines are among the most successful and cost-effective public health tools available for preventing disease and death. They not only help protect vaccinated individuals, but also help protect entire communities by preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases.
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This year, Sekolah Victory Plus celebrated Independence Day by having a flag raising ceremony in the morning and followed by a series of competitions in the afternoon.The students joined some competitions according to their level. We arranged Tug of War Competitions, Sack Race Competition, Balloon Competitions, and Eating Doughnut/Crackers Competitions.They were very excited although the weather was quite hot.
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Scout Camp for Grade 7 – 8 is an annual event in Victory Plus School. The school decided to hold Scout Camp annually not just because it is a requirement from the government, but also because there are a lot of benefits and positive impacts to students’ character development such as: discipline, passion, problem solving, being able to be tough in all weather conditions, respectful to people and nature and much more.
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On Tuesday, 23rd May 2017, in celebration of SVP’s 19th anniversary, PSG with all SVP community held a charity flea market (Bazaar Murah). This bazaar is for the community around the school (RW 1, Kampung Rawaroko, Kelurahan Rawa lumbu). In this bazaar we provided: cheap groceries package (paket sembako murah) and wearable used clothes (pakaian bekas layak pakai). Parents and the SVP community members were involved in this activity. Parents donated groceries package by contributing Rp 100,000/package consist of 3kg of rice, 2lt of cooking oil, 1kg of sugar, 1 kg of wheat flour & sweet soy sauce (580ml), and the students contributed by collecting the wearable used clothes.
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