31st Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Jamboree
Scouts and leaders in the Asia-Pacific Region and even around the world will have a taste of Nomadic adventure which includes putting up a Mongolian ger, riding a horse or in two-hump camel, as Scout Association of Mongolia will host 31st Asia-Pacific Scout Jamboree this year. Interesting! Register now!
Date: Thursday, 27 July to Thursday, 2 August 2017
Participant: USD 200 will cover food, local transportation from the airport
to the Jamboree site, participant’s kit.
IST: USD 180 will cover food, local transportation from the airport to the Jamboree site, participant’s kit
Day visitor: USD 50 will cover lunch, Jamboree souvenir
Participants and Unit Leaders
Male and female Scouts, aged 12 to 17 years old at the start of the Jamboree are eligible to take part in 31APRSJ. A unit will consist of four patrols, with each patrol consisting of 9 Scouts and an adult leader. Therefore, a unit will consist of four adult leaders and 36 Scouts.
International Service Team (IST)
In order to make Jamboree happen we need about 1,000 members of the International Service Team (IST). Members who are at least 18 years of age at the start of the Jamboree are welcome to join the IST. IST should be able to communicate in English and be ready to perform any task necessary for the Jamboree. In addition, they must attend the Jamboree as part of a National Contingent.
Jamboree Planning Team
We are currently recruiting members to support the planning of the Jamboree. It is open to experienced volunteers willing to offer voluntary services during the planning phases of the Jamboree. All applications must come through NSOs.
The Jamboree Site: Nairamdal
Nairamdal is located in 27 kilometers from Ulaanbaatar city, capital of Mongolia.
The ICC “Nairamdal” is a governmental children’s organization, under the supervision of the Ministry of Human Development and Social Welfare of Mongolia.
Global Development Village Centre
GDV will be an on-site module programme with the aim to raise awareness of global issues such as peace, environment, development, human rights and health, allowing participants to become active members of their global community through various exhibits, games, arts and audio–visual displays, discussions, and presentations.
Participant and IST registration deadline: 30 January 2017