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Project

MOP REFRESHER WORKSHOP FOR REGIONAL SCOUT COUNCIL AND MOP NATIONAL NETWORK

27th Feb 2013

The objectives :
1.      Refresher training on MOP and Community leaders for implementing regions of the MOP project.
2.      An assessment of the first period of project –(before and during the elections)
3.      Preparation for the second phase of the project (post elections)
The first part of the workshop started in the evening of Friday as all participants arrived with the exception of the partners of the project. There was a need to use the period to discuss the programmes of the GSA considering regional, National, ARO and WOSM programmes. Participants all looked into their regional programmes for the year 2013 and also heard from the national programmes department on several issues of grave concern to the development of Scouting in the country and in Africa

The workshop started with introductory formalities and workshop expectation. Both sessions was facilitated by Leonard Victor Atipaga, the first on MOP looking into the Ghana project implementation, weaknesses, lessons and way forward, the second part of the session was on Community leaders and what who should be considered in building a community patrol. The regions were then tasked to review their first period projects before the elections and also discuss the implementation of the second phase (post-election).
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