Rovers in Islamabad receive Better World Framework training; becoming active global citizens
A total of 235 Scouts participated in the Better World Framework (BWF) Integration Camp organised by the Pakistan Boy Scout Association (PBSA) on 16-22 November 2019, in their Islamabad headquarters. The camp provided a platform for the Rovers to further understand the core values of the Better World Framework. The presence of the PBSA National Commissioner and other 35 adult leaders from different provincial branch associations had largely contributed in running the camp.
Prior to the camp, an awareness programme and a roadshow was organised, with 250 Scouts actively participating. This event provided awareness on BWF badges including Messengers of Peace, and Scouts were provided with training on how Scouts can invite non-Scouts to be active global citizens.
As part of the activity, participants visited three model schools where an estimate of 450 students were introduced to BWF programme. Furthermore, a WhatsApp group was created to serve as a platform for Scouts to share their action plans.