JCC, Juba Diocesan Model students collaborate to create zebra crossing

JDMSS Interact Club and JCC Intrusive Club unite to paint zebra crossing for safer streets in Juba, emphasizing the importance of youth-led community initiatives.

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In a display of teamwork, the JDMSS Interact Club and JCC Intrusive Club have come together to establish a zebra crossing around JCC School, Hai Thoura street.

“This collaborative effort underscores our commitment to pedestrian safety and proactive approach to addressing community needs,” the students said.

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The students say that they recognized the potential risks posed by the absence of a designated crossing area and harnessed their collective determination and worked tirelessly to bring about this positive change.


“Our joint endeavor has not only resulted in a tangible improvement in safety but also serves as a powerful reminder of the impact that dedicated youth engagement can have on creating a more secure and inclusive environment for all,” they added.

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