The first ever Mediterranean Jamboree 2018

The Scout Association of Malta and the Malta Girl Guides Association will be organizing the first ever Mediterranean Jamboree in the summer of 2018. This will run from the 1st to the 8th of August. This event will be open for scouts and guides between the ages of 11 to 16 and it has the full support of the European Scout Region of the World Organisation of the Scout Movement (WOSM) and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS).

It is expected that around 2,000 scouts and guides coming from different countries will participate in this massive event. The participants will be divided into communities, with whom they will participate by bridging their cultures and discovering the cross roads while being in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea.

Both associations are doing their utmost to give the participants the experience a lifetime. We will be providing exposure to what scouting and guiding activities could offer and an opportunity for them to discover Malta - a small island with great history, attractions and friendly people.

Motto – Bridging Cultures

MedJam18 will focus on the personal development of the participating scouts and guides. It will create an environment in which they can exchange their experiences, knowledge and ideas. These exchanges will bridge the cultures together and encourage participants to enhance fundamental values, whilst enjoying themselves in a wonderful environment.

Theme – Meeting at the Cross Road

Malta is considered as the gem of the Mediterranean, located in the centre of the waters. The strategic position of Malta; also known as a stepping stone for large countries; will surly create the perfect condition to bring together scouts and guides from various counties which surround the Mediterranean Sea and beyond. Whichever direction one may be coming from; North, South, East or West, the cross road will be Malta.

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Sean Bartolo's picture
from Malta, 10 months ago
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