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Asia-Pacific Region

World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

APR participation in WSPU assembly remarkable

A large number of parliamentarians from all over the world gathered in Seoul, Korea from 1-4 Nove

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World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

Vietnamese Scout leaders undergo Wood Badge training

All is set for the 45 Vietnamese Scout Leaders as they begin today their Advance Unit Leader Trai

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vice president,nice job


World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

First community based Scouting workshop opens in Davao

Davao City, known as the fruit capital of the Philippines, located in southern part of the countr

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World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

Indonesian Scouts help in three natural disasters

Three major natural disasters hit Indonesia in October 2010 claiming hundreds of lives.

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World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

Scouts build additional teaching libraries in Mongolia with Bookbridge

Early part of August this year, 20 Scouts worked closely with Bookbridge in setting up additional

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World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

Visibility strengthens growth

“Visibility of Scouting through community projects can encourage a Scout to bring in others to jo

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World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

Scout Executives learn management principles

Scout Executives from different national Scout organizations in the Asia-Pacific Region are now i

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World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

Rovers re-build schools in Maasin City

Large banners signaled the arrival of 1,200 Rovers to the small city of Maasin in southern Philip

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World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

Pakistan Scouts continues to expand their relief work

In the aftermath of heavy flooding in Pakistan, Rovers and Scout Leaders of the Pakistan Boy Scou

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World Scouting

Posted 1st Jan 2010

TELL THE STORY ENTRY: Rebuilding people’s lives

Toodyay is a tiny town – 4000 people, three pubs and a handful of community organisations, includ

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  • SM Ron
  • From United States
  • 20th Oct 2013

Amazing


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