Build A Better Tomorrow
To create a cohesive, kind, generous, and sharing community, SISS always emphasizes two essential values: Care and Responsibility. The School believes that each member of the SISS community will contribute to and assist the less fortunate across the nation through projects, programs, and activities belonging to Fundraising for Community – Build A Better Tomorrow. They will also get the chance to make suggestions and take part in the process of identifying and resolving problems in the community. From that point on, students will be more conscious of their responsibility and committed to making worthwhile contributions to the creation of a developed and sustainable society.
The goal of this project is to develop housing for 40 to 50 H'Mong students close to the school. A total of 134.4 m2 of land will be used for the project, 118.56 m2 of which will be designated as priority space for classrooms and bedrooms. The remaining space will be used to build a community living area.
The School is running the "Community House" project alongside the "Strengthen the Present – Create the Future" project, both of which aim to build homes for H'Mong students in Son Thinh Commune, Van Chan District, Yen Bai Province. Using a total of 71.28 m2 of land (over 134.4 m2 for the entire housing project and community living space), the project will include a cafeteria for children and a community living area. After school, students can relax and unwind while also practicing their native songs, dances, and activities.
As part of the "Conquer the Future – Connect the Knowledge" project, a system of 20 PCs will be installed to assist the school's IT department in meeting the demands of learning and gaining access to technology, while also providing students with an appropriate environment for technological learning.
For more than 400 H'Mong students, the daily task of going to school to study comes with several challenges. One could argue that the dangers they face on their way to school contribute to any difficulties in learning. Therefore, the “Way to School – Way to Dreams” project will assist in funding the construction of around 1 km of concrete road on the most dangerous rocky slope in Lang Tong Village. This initiative will make it easier for local residents and students to get around and reduce traffic hazards as a result.