Haij Camp 2016

“Labbaik Allah humma labbaik” it’s known to all Muslim in the world. Muslim People use this sentence during ‘Haij’. Haij is a one of the most important way to make Allah happy. Muslim who is capable to go Maddin for Haij then who have to go there to make Allah satisfied.

Bangladesh is one of a Muslim country so many people are going to Maddina for Haij. Every year around 1 million people go for Haij. From year of 1976 Bangladesh Government started haij camp for Haij passengers. So Rover Scout of Bangladesh Scouts help them which being they can go peacefully.

Rover Scouts provide help to prepare accommodation, departure for flight, safety to health, security to their valuable property for Haij. Around 500 scouts work there for 1 month. We defend 4 shift for 1 day which means par shift 6 hours. Each scout come to the Haij Camp for 6 days and every day at list 35 scouts do 2(12 hours) shift in a day so 12(72 hours) shift in 6(144 hours) days and the other time for their rest, food and sleep.
300 participants * 7 days * 24 hours= 216000 hours

Raihan sagor's picture
from Bangladesh, 3 years ago

Project Period

Started On
Monday, August 1, 2016
Ended On
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Participants

300

Service hours

216000

Topics

Youth Programme
Partnerships
Adults in Scouting

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