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Scouting in Bhutan existed since 1980s. However, it picked momentum after 1996 with the establishment of Youth Guidance and Counseling Division, Dept of Education. On the 26th July 1999, during the 35th World Scout conference, Durban, Scout Africa, Bhutan Scouts Association (BSA) was accepted as a full-fledged member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM).

The mission statement of the BSA “is to provide education for the wholesome development of young Bhutanese through meaningful integration of our values, the scout promises and law and produce responsible citizens to protect, strengthen and diligently serve the Tsa-Wa-Sum, thereby contributing to the fulfillment of our beloved King’s vision ‘Gross National Happiness’.”

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