Bhutan Scouts conduct its 5th Community Based Training for 17 Armed Force Personnel”

17 Officers of the Royal Bhutan Army, Royal Body Guards & Royal Bhutan Police we’re training in community based scouting to engage young people during the summer and winter vacation.

The rationale behind this Training is to equip the officers of the armed force so that young people during the school holidays are meaningfully and productively engaged to prevent them from engaging in juvenile delinquency and unnecessary anti social activities.

Three day training focused on better better world framework, SDGs, scouting principles, mission, vision, facilitation skills, scout method, youth programme.

The training was conducted in southern border town of Bhutan and they were awarded cbs scarves to commit themselves to bring positive change in their respective cantonments.

Nawang's picture
from Bhutan, 1 week ago

Project Period

Started On
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Ended On
Friday, June 7, 2019

Participants

25

Service hours

600
Geolocation

Topics

Youth Programme
Youth Engagement
Adults in Scouting
Diversity and Inclusion
Better World Framework
Scouting and Humanitarian Action
Good Governance
Communications and Scouting Profile
Partnerships

SDG

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