SATTAHIP, Thailand— Sattahip Health Center KM 10 and Plutaluang Witthaya School worked together to perform a Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination project on December 1, at the school’s assembly hall. The occasion intended to raise awareness about cervical cancer avoidance amongst trainees in grades 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Dr. Naruemon Inthapong, the school director of Plutaluang Witthaya School stressed the value of preventive health care and motivated trainees to make educated choices about securing their future wellness. The school’s deputy director, professor, and passionate trainees actively took part in inviting the health care experts and showing their dedication to a much healthier neighborhood.
The cooperation exhibits an effective collaboration in between the health care sector and the education system, working hand in hand to promote health and wellness in the regional neighborhood. As the HPV vaccination project continues, organizers reveal appreciation to everybody included and expect the continuous success of this essential health effort.