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Sustainable Development

Africa Scout Region

Posté 18. fév 2014

In the footsteps of Baden Powell...

A contingent of Rover Scouts and Leaders from the Associação de Escuteiros de Angola (AEA) (Scout Traduire

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Messengers of Peace Kenya

A very big welcome to to you all brothers and sisters. Let meet in Nyeri Traduire

Africa Scout Region

Posté 4. fév 2014

Voluntary service to the marginalized

"I don't know what your destiny will be, but one thing I know: the only ones among you who will b Traduire

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Busoga College Mwiri Scou...

I see a uganda scuff in the photo...proud to be a ugandan scout Traduire

Asia-Pacific Scout Region

Posté 29. Jan 2014

Crystal Open Scout Group: There’s more to community service

It may appear like a regular community work, but for the Crystal Open Scout Troop, there is more. Traduire

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World Scouting

Posté 28. Jan 2014

World Scouting supports Scouts in rehabilitation post typhoon disaster in the Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan occurred on 9th November 2013, devastating many communities across central Philipp Traduire

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Alyanna Aguilar

I've donated clothes too :) Traduire

Africa Scout Region

Posté 27. Jan 2014

Re-Branding Scouting: Training as a Tool and Challenges ahead

Just after the conclusion of the 1st National Executive Committee meeting at Oba Akenzua Internat Traduire

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Africa Scout Region

@Sumitro, it's stated 120 people participated. Traduire

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