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After a thorough situational analysis aimed at finding ways of reaching our stakeholders more effectively, we came up with a communication strategy that, among other strategic objectives, aims to improve news gathering and dissemination.
July 2013 Kudumail www.scout.org/africa News from the Africa Scout Region South Sudan Scout Association celebrates its full recognition by the Scout Movement Inside Highlight South Sudan Scout Association celebrates its full recognition by the Scout Movement Page 1 From NSOs South African Scouts engage in community based environmental projects Scouts of Burkina Faso expand the MoP Scouting changed my life – Scout’s testimony Africa Scout ICT Badge Design Competition SOUTH SUDAN - The South Sudan Scout Association celebrated its full membership to the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) with the launch of Scouting in Schools program. Under the theme, “Scout for peace unity and development”, the function was held in Buluk athletic grounds and the chief guest was Honorable James Wani Igga who is the Chief Scout. The event saw the investiture of 2000 Scouts, from 15 schools who had also attended a training in Food For Life national program. Honourable James Wani Igga said President Salva Kirr had welcomed the move and asked Scouts to continue preaching the Message of Peace to all South Sudan. WSB-ARO LIBRARY He added that the work for the Scouts was very important and interesting because it works towards peace, stability, nationalism and development and he called for parents to allow their children to join the Scout Movement since it promotes teamwork and brings up responsible disciplined citizens. The Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Honourable Michael Makuei was also in attendance. He appreciated the Chief Commissioner Mr. Ladu Said Ali for his hard work and dedication in promoting Scouting in the country and termed the Scout Movement as one of the disciplined institutions in the country. The Mayor of Juba, Mr. Mohamed Babala promised to create a Scout desk in the town council and would involve Scouts in keeping the city clean among other activities. Courtesy of Felix Ayume Hillary Page 2 From ARO Your Views Count: Reactions from Leaders on, “What is the level of Scouting in our activities? It is time to evaluate” Kano MoP making great strides 7th Africa Scout Youth ForumMauritius 2015 Page 3 Community Scouts visit and clean up Robben Development Island Page 4 Events 14th World Scout Moot calendar 1st World Scout Education Congress 16th Africa Scout Conference and 7th Youth Forum Page 4