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Fiji reviews organizational structure and youth program

24. Abr 2013

A three-member regional consultancy team joined the key commissioners of the Fiji Scout Association (FSA) for a working meeting on 20th to 25th April 2013, to review major elements related to the management and youth programme of the association.

In doing so, the current gaps in the existing organizational and administrative structure are being reviewed and will be revised when needed. The team is looking into job descriptions for various functional positions including Terms of Reference for various committees based on the revised/proposed organizational structure.

On youth programme, reviews were made on the educational proposal in setting sectional and final objectives. They planned activities for Scout section advancement scheme which includes the development of a recording system of achievement of young people in badge system at all levels.

This consultancy program is being undertaken as a priority areas for 2011-2014 of the Global Support of the World Organization of the Scout Movement to provide technical assistance to National Scout Organizations.

The visiting team is comprised of Neville Tomkins, International Commissioner of Scouts Australia; Julie Creed, former APR Program Sub-Committee member and presently member of APR Specialists Panel, also from Scouts Australia and S. Prassanna Shrivastava, Director of Development Support and Finance from WSB/APR. Joining them are Chief Commissioner John Naisau of FSA with six key commissioners.

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