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Showing posts with label Scout Events. Show all posts
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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Youth Environment Forum - Suncheon, Korea

Youth Environment Forum
27th Asia Pacific Jamboree & 3rd International Patrol Jamboree
Suncheon, Korea
7th August 2010

REPORT

The Youth Environment forum was held as a program of the 27th Asia Pacific Jamboree & 3rd International Patrol Jamboree held in Suncheon, Korea. The Youth Environment forum took place on the 7th August 2010. 76 scouts from Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Philippines, Brunei, Tunisia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Thailand, Singapore, Sri Lanka, America, Mongolia, Fiji and Papua New Guinea took part in the forum. The forum was facilitated by the APR Young Adult Members Group (YAMG) and Korea Scout Association (KSA).

Thursday, September 2, 2010

53rd JOTA and 14th JOTI 2010

The 53rd Jamboree On The Air will take place on 16 and 17 October 2010.


Vuvuzela Morse Code

From the National JOTA Organizer in (of course) South-Africa comes the suggestion to have a game with Morse Code on the vuvuzela. Dave Gemmell suggests:
  • i) choose a place to practice so as not to annoy any one.
  • ii) don’t practice after 19H00 or before 08H00 or on Sundays
  • iii) wash/clean the mouth piece properly before blowing
  • a) send each character correctly in morse.
  • b) how many scouts can receive message correctly?
  • c) determine the maximum distance that can be achieved.
  • d) record the distance and tell us about it.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Maldivian Boy Scouts Stamp sets dated 1967

Among my many interests one is History. I keep collecting old writings, photos and information to do with history of Maldives, recently I came across this picture which I got from my good friend Muanz.


This is a picture of two sets of stamps of Maldivian boy scouts. If closely observed to the bottom of the stamp sets it shows a faded image of the Maldivian national emblem. (Click the picture to get an larger view.) It has a written text reading "International Boy Scouts Jamboree, Farragut Park, Idaho, USA from August 1-9, 1967".

Friday, August 13, 2010

21st World Scout Jamboree, 2007 UK: Badge Collection PART TWO

21st World Scout Jamboree Contingent Badges - My collection ... All badges were collected during the World Scout Jamboree in UK 2007!!

BADGES ARE NOT FOR EXCHANGE !!! ALL BADGES IN THE PICTURES BELONGS TO ME.




USA 


Netherlands Contingent

21st World Scout Jamboree, 2007 UK: Badge Collection PART ONE

21st World Scout Jamboree Contingent Badges - My collection ... All badges were collected during the World Scout Jamboree in UK 2007!!

BADGES ARE NOT FOR EXCHANGE !!! ALL BADGES IN THE PICTURES BELONGS TO ME.

Maldivian Contingent


Scouts of China (Taiwan) Contingent


Scouts of Canada Contingent

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

27th APR Scout Jamboree and 3rd international Patrol Jamboree. Suncheon, Korea



The 27th Asia Pacific Regional Scout Jamboree and 3rd International Patrol Jamboree kicks off in Suncheon, Korea on 4th August 2010. Over 12.000 Scouts from 43 countries from all over the APR and the World has gathered in Suncheon the Ecological city of Korea to take part in this event.
I took part in the Jamboree as APR YAMG and as YAMG we were assigned to look after and manage the Jamboree International Service team (IST) and to facilitate and run the Scout Youth Environment Forum. However we also launched the opening of the 6th APR Internet Jamboree for the Jamboree participants from APR Village in the Jamboree site.
YAMG present include: me, Ari, Benz and Hafiz. Jessy also took part in the Jamboree however since she is also staff at the KSA (Korea Scout Association) she was already busy in tasks that KSA has assigned her.
The IST crowd we had were totally AWESOME !!! it was fun to work with the guys and we all had a good time. We ran all the activities in the APR Village. Participants who completed APR Village activities got the FRIENDSHIP AWARD.


The YAMG made a Patrol and we completed all the tasks of the Hwarang Award 2010 which was given by the Korea Scout Association. The YAMG members; me, Hafiz, Benz and Ari now hold the Hwarang Award.


The IST was made up of Scouters and volunteers from India, Malaysia, Singapore, Brazil, Taiwan, Korea, Maldives, Indonesia and Thailand.


The Youth Scout Environment forum during the Jamboree was facilitated and run by me and Benz since Ari was in charge of the Internet Jamboree and Hafiz was handling the APR Village the two of us were left to run the Forum.The forum went on great as the participants divided into three groups and each group taking part in outdoor observations making evaluations and preparing presentations based on their findings. Scouts concentrated on waste management, disposal, recycling, re-using and also general cleanliness.


I had a great time with in Korea ... Hope to be there soon again.







Friday, April 30, 2010

7th Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Leaders Summit


7th Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Leaders Summit

24-27 June 2010
Bangalore, Karnataka, India

This important regional event will bring together the key Scout Leaders of all member Scout organizations in the Asia-Pacific Region to analyze the developments since the 6th APR Scout Leaders Summit in 2009 and to provide direction for the region. Ideally, each NSO should be represented by the:

  • Chief Commissioner or equivalent
  • International Commissioner
  • Chief Scout Executive or equivalent

Conference Venue
The venue for the Summit is the Atria Hotel, Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The hotel is strategically located in palace road in the heart of the city. It is easily accessible to MG Road - the corporate hub of Bangalore which is just 5 km away. It is also accessible from the airport in 45 minutes and less than 10 minutes from the city railway station. For more information, you may visit the website at
http://www.atriahotel.com

Sub-Committee
Prior to the summit, all sub-committees will have their respective meetings:meetings from 21-22 June and details of these meetings will be circulated.


More Information

http://www.scout.org/en/around_the_world/asia_pacific/information_events/apr_events/7th_asia_pacific_regional_scout_leaders_summit

Sunday, February 7, 2010

39th World Scout Conference and 11th World Scout Youth Forum, Brazil 2011

Brasil 2011 Logo


The World Scout Conference is the governing body, the "general assembly" of Scouting, and is composed of all the members of the World Organization: the National Scout Organizations (NSOs).

Its function is to consider the policy and standards of the Scout Movement throughout the world, formulate the general policy of the World Organization, and take the actions required to further the purpose of the Movement.

National Scout Organizations must gain recognition from the World Scout Conference to become members of WOSM, and there can only be one NSO per country. In the case of a country having more than one Scout Association, a federation is formed for the purposes of national coordination and world membership. Member Organizations can be represented at World Scout Conferences by a maximum of six delegates.

The Conference meets every three years and observers authorised by their National Scout Organization are also eligible to register and attend the event.

Delegations usually include International Commissioners, the Scout responsible for relations with WOSM and with Scout Organizations in other countries.

One of the functions of the Conference is to elect members of the World Scout Committee, admit new member countries, and select the venues for forthcoming

World Scout events which includes the World Scout Jamboree, the World Scout Moot, the World Scout Conference and the World Scout Youth Forum.

The World Scout Youth Forum provides an opportunity for young members of World Scouting to discuss and express their views on issues of interest to them. Through preparing inputs and making recommendations to the World Conference and to the World Scout Committee, to which the Forum is linked, participants will develop the skills necessary to strengthen their capacity to take part in decision-making processes.

Each National Scout Organization is invited to send a delegation to the World Scout Youth Forum. Only individuals who are members of WOSM can be delegates to the World Scout Youth Forum. The participants must be between their 18th and 26th birthdays in the year of the Forum.


For More information:

http://wsc2011.org/wsc2011/en/

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

13th WORLD SCOUT MOOT




DATE:
27th July - 7th August 2010

LOCATION: Kenya

NEAREST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

It is the Kenya’s largest Aviation facility and the busiest airport in Central Africa. The airport is located South-East of Nairobi, 15km from Nairobi’s Central Business District


AGES OF PARTICIPANTS:
Participants: 2,500 young people aged 18-26 at the time of the Moot.

International Service Team (IST):
390 IST, aged 26 years and over at the time of the Moot.

more information

Thursday, July 23, 2009

5 th Asia-Pacific Regional Air/Internet Jamboree


5 th Asia-Pacific Regional Air/Internet Jamboree
1 - 2 August 2009


The Air-Internet Jamboree is a Regional event in which Scouts can contact each other by amateur radio and the internet. It's the excitement of having a live conversation with a fellow Scout at some other place in the world that attracts so many to this event. The Air-Internet Jamboree is a real Jamboree during which Scouting experiences are exchanged and ideas are shared. It's a unique opportunity for Scouts in all age ranges to discover that they belong to a worldwide movement.
Please distribute this information widely to all units in your country so they have the opportunity to take part in this event. You may participate for all, or any part of, the 48 hours of the weekend 1-2 August 2009 from 00:01 am Saturday morning until 23:59 pm Sunday night.
for more information visit :

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

23rd ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL SCOUT CONFERENCE

23rd ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL SCOUT CONFERENCE
27 October - 1 November 2009Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The 23rd APR Scout Conference will be hosted by Persekutan Pengakap Malaysia from 27th of October 2009 to 1st of November 2009 at the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. The conference assures of convenient facilities and wonderful service giving the participants only the best of Malaysian hospitality. The previous conference was held in Tokyo, Japan with more than 589 people attended.


6th APR Scout Youth Forum22 – 25 October 2009
APR Course for Leader Trainers19 – 25 October 2009

26th APR SCOUT JAMBOREE


26th APR SCOUT JAMBOREE



The 26th APR Scout Jamboree will be held at the Makiling National Scout Reservation Camp, in Mt. Makiling, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines to be hosted by the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP). Mount Makiling is located in the province of Laguna on the island of Luzon, Philippines.
The last 25th APR Scout Jamboree, held in Sattahip, Thailand, from 28 December 2005 to 3 January 2006, has gathered over 10,000 Scouts from 36 countries.


JAMBOREE THEME: “Scouts create a better world” Epitomize the spirit of Solidarity, Harmony, Altruism, Respect and Equality (SHARE) among Scouts of APR despite variances in race, creed and beliefs; that if all people in this world live the Scouting way, together we can create a better world.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

First International rover Net Moot

The event will be same like (jota & joti) for 2 full days using ( MIRC & scoutlink.net & teamspeakFrom (12-13/08/2009) and it will be with activites & winners can get the Arab rover moot badges & certificates

Wednesday, June 17, 2009







22nd World Scout Jamboree


The 22nd World Scout Jamboree will take place in the fields of Rinkaby, Kristianstad, Skåne in southern Sweden in 2011. The jamboree theme will be Simply Scouting. In 2001, a national Jamboree took place here with 26,500 scouts, and another national Jamboree of Sweden, Jiingijamborii was held here from 14-22 July in 2007 for the scouts.

The 22nd World Scout Jamboree lies near the coast on sandy ground surrounded by pine woods. Sandy earth helps rain water run off, and thus there is no risk of any parts of the jamboree camp area being waterlogged for the scouts. The campsite is approximately 1.5 km by 1.5 km. Small areas of forest divide the campsite into smaller fields. The temperature is varying, average day temperature is 22 degrees Celsius, while average night temperature is 17 degrees Celsius. The sun rises at 5 o'clock in the morning (05:00). Sunset is at 9 in the evening (or 21:00). Drinking water is available from wells at the field.

There is already an extensive water and power system in the ground for the scouts, dimensioned with the 2011 World Scout Jamboree in mind. In the southern part of the field there is space for the scout arena with a natural amphitheatre. There are sandy beaches near the camp area for the scouts with sand dunes formed by the wind, creating their own unique landscape. The scouts of the Jamboree in Sweden will have organized shuttle buses to the beach.
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