MoP Advocacy continues for Bhutan

Bhutan Scouts Association continues its campaign to reach the non scouts and scouts of all the districts to join the MoP and as well as campaign for scouting as a program that can help address the youth issues.

1500 students and 75 teachers including the principal took part in a four hour session with the MoP team headed by NSO MoP Coordinator.

Sessions were on MoP initiative and the need to join MoP to help recognize and inspire those who can help spread the message of peace, love and harmony.

The response from the gathering was enormous and positive. Hundreds of them volunteered to carry out good work and try spreading the goodness to others.

The school Volunteered to join scout.org and upload inspiring stories which has taken place in their local communities.

Expect thousands of them to join the MoP and create accounts within the end of the month and further promote the MoP initiative in their own respective regions.

Many aspiring young people shall join us and then have a multiplier effect on MoP Bhutan.

Imagen de Nawang
from Bhutan, hace 2 años

Project Period

Started On
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Ended On
Saturday, September 23, 2017

Número de participantes

1575

Horas de servicio

6300
Geolocation

Topics

Partnerships
Youth Programme
Better World Framework

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