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Featured service projects

  • Scouts provide flood relief

    Confronted with natural disasters like floods, the community of West Bengal, India, got the support and help of local Scouts with flood relief and a temporary medical camps for the people in need.

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  • Promoting volunteering

    The Local Development Village is a project by the Scouts of Mexico that aims to be a place for interaction among youngsters, Scouts and different local NGOs with a common goal to promote and increase volunteering in different areas.

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  • Beach cleanup

    Cub Scouts from Skerries, Ireland, decided to help the community by cleaning up a nearby beach that was littered in the winter by debris and rubbish. Because of their helping hand, the community can now enjoy a clean and beautiful beach.

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insaninursyawal

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

This is me! Proud to be a scout! Siaga-penggalang-penegak(br...

This is me! Proud to be a scout! Siaga-penggalang-penegak(brownie-girl guide-ranger scout) Translate

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sesilianovi

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

Seminggu menjadi Telinga bagi sekitar

Kadang kita lebih memilih didengarkan daripada mendengarkan.Mendengarkan orang lain terkadang san Translate

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Bro Shaqim

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

special and rare pic.....exploring the nature by caving...it...

special and rare pic.....exploring the nature by caving...its awesome..!! Translate

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Asia-Pacific Scout Region

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

Great turnout of Scouts in Earth Hour Singapore

The Singapore Scout Association (SSA) has been supporting Earth Hour since it began in 2009, the

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MESscoutsguides

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

Scouts and Guides of M.E.S Indian School, Doha, Qatar attend...

Scouts and Guides of M.E.S Indian School, Doha, Qatar attended first aid / CPR training given by Hamad Medical Corporation. Translate

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ISCOUT

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

Hi bro nice to meet you I'm Scout from Thailand ^^ Translate

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AR. Affandi (21582)

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

Pohon ini saya namakan Pohon Ki Buyut Kebon, karena berada d...

Pohon ini saya namakan Pohon Ki Buyut Kebon, karena berada dekat dengan makam pendiri Desa Cimara yang bernama Ki Buyut Kebon. Translate

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Tamer Khalil

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

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احمد جمال عبد الحافظ (15095)

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paudamlungbe.nriame

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

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paudamlungbe.nriame

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Dexter Ittner (2949)

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

Watermelon carvings for our District Adult Recognition event...

Watermelon carvings for our District Adult Recognition event last month. It took me several hours to make these. Translate

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احمد جمال عبد الحافظ (15095)

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rnasabolchick

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

Making a Difference to the Elderly

Started out visiting local nursing home at Christmas holiday.

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adnanescout

Posted 23rd Apr 2014

World Scout Jamboree 2015

how can i register in World Scout Jamboree 2015 ?

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World Scouting

Hello Adnan! You register for the World Scout Jamboree through your National Scout Organization (NSO), which in Morocco is Fédération Nationale du Scoutisme Marocain. To be a participant you must be 14-17 years old at the time of the event, and to be an IST (International Service Team, or staff) you must be 18 years or older. We recommend that you contact your NSO as soon as possible, as many countries have quite an early registration date. Please see here for more information about the WSJ 2015: http://www.scout.org/node/20945 Translate