Vandalism: Property and Anti-vandal Campaign

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Project Title: Bring Unity in Response to Anti-vandalism (BURA)

Project Description
Vandalism is defined as a willful or malicious destruction or defacement of the things of beauty or of public or private property. It is considered as a major offense as provided by the Notre Dame of Midsayap College (NDMC handbook, but campaign against it is not strongly implemented. Vandalism is often caused by ideological, vindictive and malicious reasons. Boredom and exam charters contributes to the problem even more. To lessen and eventually eliminate vandalism is the main concern of the project. Its formulation seizes to encourage and influence every student to become participants for the realization of this undertaking by engaging themselves in the anti-vandal campaign, cleaning association, watch patrol and counseling committee. Furthermore, the group aims to inculcate concern and stewardship for school property among Notre Dameans.

Project Goal and Objectives

Generally, the project envisions producing a vandal-free school environment for the students of Notre Dame of Midsayap College.

Specifically, the project aims to achieve the following: • Create a task force society.
• Identify the causes of vandalism and formulate the possible solutions fitted for each cause. • Educate students the scope of vandalism and the degree of punishment. • Make students aware about the magnitude of the problem and engage them in the campaign against it. • Divert the oppressor’s attention into more constructive activities. • Improve affected equipment.

Estimated Cost: Approximately Php 110, 000.00 (One hundred ten thousand pesos) for the construction of a freedom wall, installation of CCTV cameras and campaign costs. Time Table: Estimated completion by the year 2012.

Project Proponents:
dela Vega, ReginaRamirez, Ellaine Grace
Indig, IluminadoYu, Faye...
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