Cub scouts agaist plastic polution - 9th National Cub Camporee 2020

Cub Scouts from across the country got to spend six days together at the National Scout Training Centre in Gazipur for the 9th Notional Cub Camporee. Camp-fires, cub carnivals, cultural programs, and a host of activities kept the little Cubs busy for six days. Alongside the fun activities, they also learned how to protect their planet from plastic pollution. The event pledged to be environment-friendly with a sign hanging on the entrance gate of the venue which read: “Plastic-bag free area.” The little Cubs, Scout Leaders, Officials and Rover Scouts took an oath to refrain from using plastic bags. Over 5,300 Cub Scouts from across the country were taught to do their daily household chores on their own. A total of 1200 tents were set up for the scouts at the event. According to official statistics, 668 boy cub groups and 260 girl cub groups participated in the camporee along with their unit leaders. 570 officials and 519 volunteer (Rover Scouts) give their service 24 hours for this event The cub groups stayed at the camp under four villages named Sundarbans, Cox’s Bazar, Kuakata, and Sreemangal. There were eight more sub camps under those camps.The “Bangabandhu Arena” was installed inside the Sustainable Development Village (SDV) situated in the playground of Mouchak Scout School and College to mark the birth centenary of the Father of the Nation. The 9th National Cub Camporee 2020 started on 19th January and ended on 24th January with lots of memories

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Project Period

Started On
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Ended On
Friday, January 24, 2020

Participants

9000

Service hours

324000
Geolocation

Topics

Adults in Scouting
Communications and Scouting Profile
Better World Framework
Diversity and Inclusion
Global Support Assessment Tool
Good Governance
Partnerships
Safe from Harm
Scouting and Humanitarian Action
Spiritual Development
Youth Engagement
Youth Programme

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