The Victory Story

August 2011
Future Times;2011, Vol. 3, p7
The article discusses the success story of the Victory Village which was named the New Zealand Community of the Year 2010. Celebrated is the transformation of a poor population in poor health amidst high crime and mobility rates into a thriving, stable and safer neighborhood. Ordinary individuals relate their small contributions which, woven together, resulted in outstanding positive changes. The village is a partnership of Victory Primary School and the Victory Community Health Center (VCHC).


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