The king’s Camp- Camp for Toenpa Badge

500 Scouts were invited for a three day camp to review, analyze and assess the proficiency of the Scouts for the highest attainable badge in scouting for Bhutan.

Three day camp was organized at three different locations to test the scouts on their knowledge and skills on first aid, rope work, pioneering, camp craft, SDGs, better world framework, and other scouting knowledge during a two day trekking.

Participants -500 scouts from 24 districts
Adult leaders -100
Volunteers - 20 Rovers
NSO Staff -8
Nod hours- 10
No of days -3

Participants also engaged in a community service at the last day for a monastery located in the locality.

Minister of education graced the closing of the camp to award the certificates and scarves to the participants.

Nawang's picture
from Bhutan, 1 week ago

Project Period

Started On
Friday, May 17, 2019
Ended On
Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Participants

628

Service hours

18840
Geolocation

Topics

Youth Programme
Youth Engagement
Better World Framework

SDG

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