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Singapore International School Bona Vista students seriously care for their environment

Singapore International School Students
Singapore International School Students

Dua Tangan Cukup: Actions from Across the Archipelago

The students of Singapore International School, Bona Vista, are always eager and ahead to keep the environment clean. Students carry out community service activities on a regular basis. Recently, the students had a trip to Bogor, West Java, where they visited a local village. The students were involved in activities which taught the locals in this village about how to keep their surroundings clean because they believe that change and progress start with education.

The students of Singapore International School Bona Vista also spend one hour a week taking part in their community service program. This usually entails going around the school and keeping the environment clean by collecting all the rubbish and creating awareness among others that it’s the small drops that fill the ocean.

Their little efforts will never go wasted and it’s a step ahead in making the world a better place to live.

What’s your Dua Tangan Cukup action?

Please send in what you’re doing to clean up and protect the environment and we’ll publish it here to inspire others to do the same! Email: cleanupjktday@indonesiaexpat.biz

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