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Building capacities, Connecting communities

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Š World Scout Bureau Inc. September 2018 World Scout Bureau Asia-Pacific Support Centre, Makati City Reproduction is authorised to National Scout Organizations and Associations which are members of the World Organization of the Scout Movement. Credit for the source must also be given. Cover photo: Yoshi Shimizu, World Scout Foundation

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Messages The Foundation: Then and Now Unveiling the 25th Anniversary Logo of the APR Scout Foundation (Silver Jubilee celebrations) APR Scout Foundation opens new opportunities for young people Youth Member Category Connecting communities through projects Supporting Workshops/Events Financial Statement Foundation Management Committee List of members

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With the new category of youth membership, youth members will have a chance to participate in our Foundation events. More importantly, we are empowering them to actively contribute to the growth of Scouting. DR CHAO, SHOU-PO

President, APR Scout Foundation Past Chairman, APR Scout Committee

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message BY THE PRESIDENT Dear Friends and Colleagues, I am pleased to share with you that the AsiaPacific Regional Scout Foundation (APRSF) has completed its 25 years of service since it was established in 1992. We have celebrated and unveiled our Silver Jubilee Year from October 2017 to October 2018. We are concluding it at the 26th APR Scout Conference in Manila. It is my privilege to thank ALL our wellwishers, contributors, and donors who have generously and unconditionally supported the Foundation for the past 25 years. We take pride in how we optimized the US$10,000 initial contributions from the Scouts of China (Taiwan) in 1992, and growing it to more than two million US dollars through membership, fundraising and donations. We are grateful to the World Scout Foundation (WSF) who came to our rescue when returns from our capital fund were not good. Indeed, partnership with WSF resulted in higher returns, which means it will lead to more projects and beneficiaries. Today, grants for Scouting are available in various forms. We have the World Scout Foundation, APR Scout Foundation, Messengers of Peace Support Fund, and many others. Yet, we need to strengthen the financial capacity of NSOs so they can cater to the needs of unprivileged young girls and boys by offer-

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ing them opportunities to achieve their full potential through Scouting. Over the years, we have supported Scouting projects in many countries: Bangladesh, Philippines, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Pakistan, Maldives, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Japan, Macau, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore and Bhutan through events, subsidies, project grants and interest-free loans. On behalf of the APR Scout Foundation Management Committee (APRSFMC), our sincere appreciation to our Treasurer, brother Joseph Lau, and other Scout Leaders in Hong Kong who, at our suggestion, made great efforts of arranging a fundraising dinner and fellowship gathering in Hong Kong. The event coincided the celebration of the Foundation’s Silver Jubilee Year. I also wish to thank my colleagues in the Scouts of China (Taiwan) who helped us raise US$20,500 in February 2017. And our appreciation to those Scout leaders who made generous donations during the 9th APR Scout Leaders Summit in April 2017 in Bali, Indonesia. We are pleased to say that the APRFMC is leaving a legacy as we mark our Silver Jubilee year by extending a new opportunity for young people to contribute and to actively support the Scout Movement through the

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creation of a new donor category, the youth membership or the youth donors. With this new category, youth members will have a chance to participate in our Foundation events. More importantly, we are empowering them to actively contribute to the growth of Scouting. The Scout Association of Macau hosted the launch of this newest category for young donors during the International Youth Day in Macau on 12 August 2018, inviting 45 young people from different parts of the region (mostly from Macau and Hong Kong) to donate and register as youth members of the Foundation. Our Trustee, the Scout Association of Hong Kong, is instrumental in our steady growth. Thank you for managing the Foundation funds. Most importantly, thank you to all members of the Foundation for their trust and confidence. To potential members, we are inviting you to contribute to something worthwhile and long-lasting. On the occasion of our Silver Jubilee Year, let us challenge ourselves to raise another two million US dollars, or even more. We cannot do this alone, we need the support of everyone. Let us work together, let us bring smiles to every youth, and let us make a difference in their lives.

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REGIONAL DIRECTOR

The year 2018 is a milestone for the Foundation as it celebrates its Silver Jubilee Year. We are happy to note that we are one in this celebration, willing to share and commit ourselves in supporting and fulfilling the mission of Scouting. As a tribute to Foundation members, we are organizing the 5th Triennial Fellowship Gathering in Manila for all members as a gesture of conveying our gratitude to them. We are starting a fresh year for the Foundation with thanksgiving, with a sense of renewal to do more and to reach out to more young people. In this triennium, the Foundation has grown steadily, and continuously supports many regional events on environment education, sustainable development, disaster response management, training of adults and young people, risk management, and strategic partnership. As the APR Scout Foundation continues to support projects, we touch the heart of the communities, we become more visible, we create positive change, and we build a good image of Scouting. Our sincere thanks and appreciation to all the outgoing Foundation Management Committee led by its President, Dr. Chao Shou Po, for their unwavering efforts and dedication to make the Foundation a more effective partner of Scouting in the Asia-Pacific. Looking forward to more success in the next triennium!

As the APR Scout Foundation continues to support projects, we touches the heart of the communities, we become more J. RIZAL C. PANGILINAN visible, we create positive change and Regional Director, WSB Asia-Pacific Region we build good image of Scouting.

J. RIZAL C. PANGILINAN

Regional Director, World Scout Bureau Asia-Pacific Support Centre

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Dear Friends and Supporters of Scouting, Congratulations to the APR Scout Foundation in celebrating a significant milestone - 25 years! Over the years, the Foundation has made an enormous contribution to the development of Scouting in this great Region. They continue, through their work, to be known to many people and continue to support young people and adults to undertake the work of Scouting. Importantly, they continue to strive to achieve new milestones and extend their reach throughout the Region and beyond. With their strong commitment to Scouting, we continue to be impressed to see the dedication of our Leaders and Scouts in sharing their resources. Truly their love for Scouting has driven them to give their best and more. None of this would be possible without your help. On behalf of the Regional Scout Committee let me express our sincerest “THANKS� to the members who have greatly supported the Foundation with their Skills, Time, Effort and Resources. To potential members, I strongly encourage you to consider supporting the Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Foundation by being a member. Know that every contribution you make is going towards the development of Scouting, but importantly the development of young people for whom we serve.

...every contribution you make is going towards the development of Scouting, but importantly the development of young people for whom we serve.

Together, WE can truly make a difference. Here for Good!

PAUL D. PARKINSON, OAM Chairman, APR Scout Committee 2015-2018

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dation. To mention a few amongst many others, we should take note of the various fundraising events in conjunction with every major regional Scout event, attempts made to invest in different countries in search of better investment returns to arrest the falling interest rates the world over and, importantly, exploring and including the delegation of the investment responsibilities to a specialised group of volunteer professionals under the umbrella of an “Investment Team�.

Dr. Mohammed Mukhyuddin bin Sarwani Vice President APR Scout Foundation Past Vice Chairman APR Scout Committee Congratulations to the founding members of the APR Scout Foundation. Your vision to see the Foundation grow and to support Scouting in the Asia Pacific region is bearing fruit. Thank you to the Scouts of China who sowed the initial seed and the Committee who has wisely invested the fund. As a past member of the APR Scout Committee and two terms Foundation Management Committee, I have seen how it has benefitted the members and the NSOs. I am confident that the Foundation will pave new ways to reach the young members in the years to come. The young members are our assets and future leaders. My best wishes to the APR Scout Foundation on its Silver Jubilee Anniversary.

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At the end, clubbing the Foundation Funds along with the World Scout Foundation which is more secure and under more professional care has resulted in guaranteeing to our Foundation much better returns with no additional risks. This has benefited the Foundation tremendously and I deeply appreciate the foresight of the Foundation Management Team that took all these decisions after much thought and deliberations for the promotion and growth of the Foundation.

M.A.Khalid National Commissioner (S) The Bharat Scouts & Guides, India It is with great pleasure and much appreciation that I am penning this message for the publication to mark the 25th Anniversary of the Asia Pacific Regional Scout Foundation to which I had the pleasure of serving in the Foundation Management Committee for the period 2001-04 and again for the period 2009-12 & 2012-15; after having become a donor member in 1993. Over the past 25 years, it is very heartening and encouraging to note that a Foundation which had a humble beginning in 1992 initiated many dynamic approaches and had explored many avenues to seek greater funding for the Foun-

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As the funds were made more secure, additional support was extended to the NSOs to whose benefit the fund was created. I am confident that NSOs within the Region are reaping more benefits of our own Foundation as the Foundation has been growing from strength to strength. I am also sure much more could still be achieved in the years to come and we will all look forward to the greater contributions of the Foundation in meeting the needs of the Region and in supporting those deserving activities and projects and other initiatives. My personal best wishes for the growth of the Foundation.

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Anthony Thng Past President, APR Scout Foundation Past Chairman, APR Scout Committee “My dear members of the ASIA-PACIFIC SCOUT FOUNDATION. Time flies and we are now 25 years old! Congratulations to the builders of the Foundation, and let us look forward to the next 25 years!”

William George Wells Member, APR Scout Foundation The establishment 25 years ago, and the subsequent growth and development of the APR Scout Foundation, is truly an inspiration to us all. The celebration of the 25th Anniversary gives us the opportunity to review the past, and to look forward to the future. I have been associated with the Foundation since it was established and I am impressed by the commitment of the many donors and members who have given outstanding financial support. The members of the Foundation Management Committee have served with enthusiasm and success. Importantly, the Foundation has been able to financially support many Scouting and community-based projects, and over 50 regional events. Thousands of young people are now enjoying better Scouting because of the contribution and support of the Foundation.

Dr. Nizamuddin Ahmed Member, APR Scout Foundation “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” -- Mahatma Gandhi, 1869

I wish the Foundation every success in the future, as it strives to support many more activities in the Region.

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The Foundation THEN & NOW

It is very heartening to note that we are marking the 25th anniversary of the Asia Pacific Regional Scout Foundation which was established in 1992, with the initiative of the APR Scout Committee which met in Korea during the 19th World Scout Jamboree and the initial starting donation of the Scouts of China. We deeply admire their foresight.

Simon Hang-Bock RHEE Past President, APR Scout Foundation Past Chairman, APR Scout Committee The Asia-Pacific Scout Foundation was one of the best option for me to work towards supporting this beloved Scout Movement. It gave me valuable insight on how a responsible adult in Scouting can support and serve the Movement in a practical way.

At the same time, we recall the previous Chairmen/ Presidents of the Foundation namely Mr. Felix Li Tai Ho, Mr. Herman C. S. Hui (two terms), Mr. Anthony Thng, Mr. Eric Khoo Heng Peng, Haji Zainal Abidin, Mr. Simon Hang Bock Rhee (two terms) and the current President of the Foundation Dr. Chao Shou Po, who have contributed immensely to the growth of the Regional Foundation. At the same token, we also take note our deep appreciation to the different Treasurers who had untiringly served the Foundation namely, Hon. Jejomar C. Binay, Mr. Sutham Phantasak (three terms), Mr. John Hui and

My tenure of two-terms as President & member of the Foundation Management Committee within nine years and as a Gold Palm Member, I saw many initiatives and outcomes, and with the support of many friends, as a reason to celebrate. The APR Scout Foundation is one of the strongest basis to gather resources from various corners of the world, I always appreciate the role of the Foundation to support Scouting in many key projects through which the society has benefited and image of Scouting is strengthened. I always stand committed to serve the Foundation and looking for more opportunities to make the Asia-Pacific Region GREATER. With best compliments to everyone who made the Foundation cross a milestone of 25 years - happy to be part of this Silver Jubilee celebration!

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Abdullah Rasheed Consultant, Asia Pacific Regional Scout Committee Former Regional Director, Asia-Pacific Region

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Mr. Wai-Chi Paul Ho (three terms). Last but not least, our appreciation and gratitude to the Scout Association of Hong Kong for their unwavering dedication and commitment as the Trustee of the Foundation since its establishment in 1992. In keeping with the aim of the Foundation, we note that the Foundation has supported projects of NSOs for 25 years now. The first project from Bangladesh named POETS was funded from the Foundation in 1998 and the Foundation accomplished the first target of reaching one million dollars in 1999. As the Foundation continues to grow, apart from the regular funding of projects, more support was extended in terms of interest free loans, first to Sri Lanka as an income generating project in 2006, including special regional projects like the Rover Peace Baton of 2006 and Ticket to Life project which started in 2007, and annual donation to host regional events from 2008. Organizing Fellowship Gatherings of all members began in 2004 at the APR Scout Conference in Brunei Darussalam. Similar gatherings followed at every Regional Scout Conference – in Japan, Malaysia, Bangladesh, and Korea. During its 25 years of existence, it is noteworthy that some initiatives of the Management Team together with the Regional Scout Committee paved the way to club the Fund together with the World Scout Foundation which gave much better returns.

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During its 25 years of existence, it is noteworthy that some initiatives of the Management Team together with the Regional Scout Committee paved the way to club the Fund together with the World Scout Foundation which gave much better returns. This initiative was also followed by other regions. Under the leadership of the current President of the Foundation, further initiatives have been introduced and the Fund reached its second milliondollar target in 2018. Our sincere thanks to the current team members of the Foundation Management Committee and we take note of our appreciation to all of them including all the past members who had served the Foundation Management Committee since its inception in 1995. To the new Foundation Management Committee of 2018, there lies ahead much challenges but we are confident that with these developments in the first twentyfive years, the Foundation will gain more strength and grow further in supporting the region in many new ways in the decades.

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Unveiling the

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LOGO DESCRIPTION The heart signifies the sincerity of the Foundation to help communities through projects, events and activities which is in line with the Founder’s words “Leave the place better than you found it.” The leaves not just signify abundance but the word “life.” With what the Foundation has been doing and continuously doing, we simply bring life whenever the situation calls for it.

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APR Scout Foundation opens new opportunities for young people Coinciding with the celebration of the International Youth Day and the Centenary of Rover Scouting, the APR Scout Foundation launched its youth membership category at The Plaza Restaurant in Macau on Sunday, August 12. The APR Scout Foundation Management Committee currently chaired by Dr. Chao Shou-Po, former chairman of the APR Scout Committee, spearheaded the launch of the ‘youth membership’ category of the foundation. “We are extending a new opportunity for young people who wish to contribute to the foundation, those who would want to actively support the Scout Movement by way of donating minimal amounts. With this membership, they will have a deeper understanding of fundraising. More importantly, we are empowering them to actively contribute to the growth of Scouting in the AsiaPacific and supports its programs and thrusts,” said Chao. Hosted by The Scout Association of Macau, the event was attended by more than 50 Scouts and Scout Leaders from Hong Kong, Macau,

Taiwan, and Thailand. The World Scout Committee was represented by one of its Youth Advisors, Mr. Mori Cheng. Members of the APR Scout Foundation Management Committee were also present, along with key officials from World Scout Bureau’s Asia-Pacific Support Centre. During the launch, the first 25 applicants for membership of the APR Scout Foundation under the newfangled youth membership category were recognised - 20 youth members from The Scout Association of Macau and five youth members from The Scout Association of Hong Kong. In addition, three new adult members from Macau were also recognised, while two adult members from the National Scout Organization of Thailand upgraded their membership status. Application for the youth membership category was opened as early as 12 July 2018. To date, a total of 45 young people have registered as youth members of the APR Scout Foundation, most of which are from Hong Kong, Macau, Myanmar and India.

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APR Scout Foundation YOUTH MEMBER CATEGORY The APR Scout Foundation Management Committee, as a way of reinforcing the growth of Scouting through community development, designed a special category called Youth Member. This category opens opportunities to young people as contributors to the APR Scout Foundation. There are many young people willing to participate in a greater cause for the benefit of other youths within or outside their communities. However, their meager resources as students or fresh graduates or newly employed, limit such opportunities. Taking this into account, the Foundation Management Committee launched the Youth Member category to mark the Silver Jubilee of the APR Scout Foundation. Membership to this category is open to young people between the ages of 6 to 26 years old (before his/her 26th birthday) and, when they are able, are encouraged to upgrade their membership to higher categories.

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Associate Youth Member

US$ 50.00- up

Foundation certificate and lapel pin

Donor Youth Member

US$ 100.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin, and medallion

Bronze Palm Youth Member US$ 300.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin and plaque of appreciation

Silver Palm Youth Member

US$ 500.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin, and plaque of appreciation

Gold Palm Youth Member

US$ 1,000.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin, and plaque of appreciation

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APR Scout Foundation Fundraising - Hong Kong The Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Foundation (APRSF), in collaboration with the Scout of Association of Hong Kong, marks another milestone after holding another successful fundraising dinner on 23 September 2017 at BP International House, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Through the vigorous efforts of the Scout Associa-

tion of Hong Kong, led by Chief Commissioner Ng Ah Ming, WOSM Treasurer Joseph Lau and the organizing committee led by Dr. Dominic Chu, the event was attended by over 120 supporters from Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Denmark, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Myanmar, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. Over US$67,000 was raised as membership contri-

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butions from 66 new members, including members who upgraded their memberships. One of the highlights of the event was having Mr. Michael Baden Powell, and his wife Joan, as the guests of honor, whose presence remind a significant bit of history, the roots of Scouting. President of APRSF, Mr. Chao Shou-Po, extends his appreciation to all who

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supported the event and have generously contributed to support the mission of the Foundation. He promised that the APRSF will continue to commit in helping more young people, support the development of Scouting and fund more Scouting related projects. Dr. Chao also announced the acceptance of the National Scout Organization of Thailand to host the next fundraising dinner. Mr. Paul Parkinson, Chairman of the Regional Scout Committee, congratulated the Foundation and Scout Association of Hong Kong for ensuring the event a success and expressed the continued support of the Regional Scout Committee to the Foundation. Mr. J. Rizal C. Pangilinan, Regional Director, expressed his gratitude to the guests and the new members, and shared that “Scouting is fortunate to have another group of people who have joined and give life to what Scouting is all about”. Members of the Regional Scout Committee – Atty. Wendell Avisado, Mr. Rajalingam Ramasamy, and Mr. Patarroj Kamonrojsiri also showed their solid support at the event.

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APR Scout Foundation Fundraising - Taiwan

To celebrate the 25th year of the APR Scout Foundation since its founding in 1992, Dr Chao Shou-Po, President of the APR Scout Foundation Management Committee, hosted the kick off of the Foundation’s Jubilee year on 25th February inTaipei. The Foundation Management Committee made important decisions on promoting the Foundation in every country by creating a network of

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coordinators/ambassadors at National Scout Organizations. The committee also recommended to support young people in the area of personal development. A fundraising dinner was arranged for a small gathering of local leaders and overseas guests. Seventeen adult leaders of Scouts of China (Taiwan) and one leader from PP-Malaysia joined as Donor Members. Joseph Lau, WOSM Treasurer,

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upgraded his membership to Bronze Palm and Dr Chao himself upgraded to Bronze Palm. A total of US$20,500 was raised at this event. Regional Director J. Rizal C. Pangilinan expressed appreciation to the committee and the new donors. Other leaders present were Dr Ie Bin Lian, Joseph Lau, Dr Mukhyuddin, Paulus Tjakrawan Taningdjaja, S. Prassanna Shrivastava, Eiliff Wang, Rajalingam Ramasamy, Jose Eduardo Delgado and Kim Jin Ouk.

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CONNECTING COMMUNITIES THROUGH PROJECTS

Mongolia Scout Shop looks for expansion The Scout Shop of the Scout Association of Mongolia located at Chingeltei district in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia has been operating since 2015. The Scout Shop has a variety of supplies catering to Scouting needs and activities. There are merit badges that Scouts earn while improving their knowledge and skills. There are souvenir items for visiting Scouts. And gears are readily available for outdoor activities. The establishment of the Scout Shop generates a more positive environment. Image of Scouting is heightened as Scouts become more distinct and visible to their communities. As an income generating project, resources are available to help sustain the association’s operation. The Scout Shop looks forward to further expansion in the near future. For more information, please visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ScoutShopMongolia/

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Bhutan Mushroom cultivation: A livelihood intervention blossoms into a productive partnership One of the goals of Bhutan Scout Association (BSA) is to create good partnership with local communities while advancing Scouting in the country. What started as mushroom cultivation project at a community in Paro district, where members of Royal Bhutan Army (RBA) live with their families, blossomed into a productive partnership between Scouting and the local government. How did this partnership start? To begin with, BSA trained some members of the army to become Scout Leaders. These soldiers live at the RBA camp in Paro, southwest of Bhutan. Realising the benefits of Scouting and the good it can do to their community, they gathered more than 100 young people to introduce Scouting. As part of community-based Scouting, one of their activities is mushroom cultivation. The Scout group engaged other community members in the different stages of cultivation -- cutting straw, soaking in cold water, steam cooking, sowing seed and packing, staking and storage in plastic bags, watering and finally, harvesting. Shitake mushroom’s market value is pricy, but now, families grow and enjoy their produce of all-organic and nutritious Shitake. They harvest every two weeks. One challenge in mushroom cultivation is temperature since keeping the mushrooms’ moisture is key to good harvest. During winter, heater is used to maintain the desired temperature. This project has been going on for five years. Every year, Scout leaders set aside an amount from the net income to purchase Scouting items or to organize Scouting activities. Col. Dasho Rinchen Norbu assures that they will take care of what BSA has entrusted to them while serving both as soldiers and Scout leaders. A S I A - P A C I F I C

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The APR Scout Bazaar is an online Scout Shop, a project of the APR Financial Resources Sub-Committee 2015-2018, managed by the APR Supply Chain Management Team.

Joining the waves of online shopping, the APR Scout Bazaar, an interactive platform for online shopping of Scout products made its debut midnight of 21 October 2017. Excited for another milestone in Asia-Pacific, seven Scout Shop Managers and leaders from Brunei Darussalam, India, Indonesia, Maldives, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Singapore met on 2-3 September 2017 in Makati City, Philippines to b e c o m e t h e fi r s t a u d i e n c e o f w w w.s c o u t b a z a a r.c o m – from ordering to delivery of products. The group committed to provide quality service to its members that would eventually build capacity and resources for the organization. The APR Finance Sub-Committee chaired by David Jones supported the Manager’s Meet, together with Regional Director J. Rizal C. Pangilinan, Regional Scout Committee member/Adviser Chay Hong Leng (via Skype) and staff of Asia-Pacific Support Centre.

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Strengthening Partnership for Sustainable Growth With the aim to achieve sustainable growth for the APR Scout Foundation (APRSF), the partnership with World Scout Foundation (WSF) was created in 2013 to leverage the investment returns. The APRSF believes that partnering with WSF plays an important role in creating more impact in the communities. Initially, APRSF invested US$ 1.7M of its capital asset through the WSF, and periodic report is being sent to the Foundation to regularly monitor its growth. To date, the capital funds is valued at US$ 2.1M earning 24% return of investment in 5 years. As a result of this partnership, the APRSF has extended its support not only projects and grants but also on the implementation of APR Plan 2015-2018 focusing on educational methods, environment education, risk management and disaster response management, and largely on capacity building for member Scout organizations.

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SUPPORTING WORKSHOPS/EVENTS Strategic Priority - YOUTH PROGRAMME APR Workshop on Community Based Scouting 3-6 September 2015, Australia APR Environment Education Workshop 14-18 September 2015, Pakistan APR Workshop on Revisiting the Scout Method 12-15 August 2016, Taiwan APR Workshop on Environmental Education in Scouting 19-23 September 2016, Thailand 6th ASEAN Scout Jamboree 27 November – 2 December 2017, Davao, Philippines APR Workshop on Environmental Education in Scouting 29 September - 3 October 2017 Youth Programme Development for Young People with Special Needs 26-29 June 2016, Mongolia Scouts of the World Award 7-13 November 2016, Makiling, Philippines APR Workshop on Adult Support to Youth Programme 21-24 September 2017, Hong Kong APR Scout Education Forum 2017 9-12 December 2017, Bangladesh

APR Workshop on Strategic Partnership 10 – 13 October 2017, Bangladesh APR Workshop on Strengthening Internal and External Communications 11-15 October 2016, Thailand

APR Workshop on Youth Involvement 7-10 July 2018, Australia Strategic Priority - ADULTS IN SCOUTING APR Workshop on Adults in Scouting Performance Efficiency 3-6 September 2016, MACAU

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Strategic Priority: COMMUNICATIONS

APR Workshop on Creating Impact Through Brand Positioning and Advocacy 7-10 May 2018, Malaysia

National Risk Management Workshop 18-22 July 2016, Cambodia APR Forum on Risk Management 5-8 September 2016, Malaysia APR Workshop on Disaster Response Management 5-9 October 2016, Japan APR Membership Growth Workshop 15-20 July 2017, Korea

Strategic Priority: MANAGEMENT

Council of South Pacific Scout Associations Forum March 9-11, New Zealand

APR Workshop on Adult Support to Youth Programme 21-24 September 2017, Hong Kong

National Strategic Planning Review Workshop 16-20 March 2016, , Malaysia

National Strategic Planning Review Workshop 18-22 June 2018, India

APR Workshop on Quality Training of Adults 2-5 May 2018, Singapore

Developing Membership Registration System 11-14 July 2016, Myanmar

APR Workshop on Disaster Response 21-25 June 2018, Korea

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT

ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL SCOUT FOUNDATION STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND FUND BALANCE As of 30 Sept 2018

30.09.18 US$ NON-CURRENT ASSETS Investment with World Scout Foundation Loan to Mongolia Project Investment with Scout Bazaar Project

CURRENT ASSETS Cash at bank Current account with - Scout Association of Australia - Scout Association of Hong Kong Other receivable Receivable - Mongolia (Jamboree)

CURRENT LIABILITIES Other payable Amount due to APR Office

NET CURRENT ASSETS

31.12.17 US$

ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL SCOUT FOUNDATION STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSES As of 30 Sept 2018 31.12.16 US$

30.09.18 US$

1,600,000 11,802 20,000

1,600,000 11,802 20,000

1,700,000 15,833

1,631,802

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1,715,833

207,925

206,903

60,705

1,461 88,049 0 6,096

4,232 87,378 335

5,580 73,682 181

303,531

298,849

140,148

141 46,336 46,477

140 18,492 18,632

801 10 811

257,054

280,217

139,337

1,888,857

1,912,019

1,855,170

REPRESENTED BY: FUND BALANCE Accumulated Fund Balance b/f (Deficit) / Surplus for the period / year Balance c/f

Note :

INCOME Membership fees Other donations Interest income Other income Foreign exchange gain

EXPENSES Grant to NSOs for APR events Insignias & promotional materials for Youth Memberhip Category (Plaques, Medals, USBs, pins, brochures) Medallion for Donor Memberships Souvenirs for Foundation Fundraisings Fund for the Foundation Intern Siver Jubille badges Printing & stationery Bank charges Sundry

1,855,170 56,849

1,886,995 -31,825

1,888,857

1,912,019

1,855,170

Market value of the investment with WSF as of : 2018: US$2,025,539 2017: US$1,943,264 2016: US$1,839,123

(DEFICIT) / SURPLUS FOR THE PERIOD / YEAR

31.12.2016 US$

19,900

100,137

9,000

6,096 386

1,282 1,147 503 324

896 63

26,382

103,392

9,959

32,000

40,000

41,000

9,977

4,200 747

1,285 5,000 660 431 191 49,544

1,912,019 -23,162

31.12.2017 US$

(23,162)

*

886 194 517

141 170 473

46,544

41,784

56,849

(31,825)

* The return on investment on the fund with WSF is not recognized yet in the books

Income as of 30 September 2018 Income (deficit) Return on investment on fund with WSF Total Income as of 30 September 2018

(23,162) 425,539 402,377

In 2017 , an amount of US$100,000 was withdrawn from the fund with WSF to fund the projects

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President Dr. Chao, Shou-Po (Scouts of China)

APR SCOUT FOUNDATION MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2015-2018

Vice President Dr Mohammed Mukhyuddin Bin Sarwani (Malaysia)

Member Mr. Paulus Tjakrawan Taningdjaja (Indonesia)

Member Mr. Joon Chung (Korea)

Treasurer Mr. Yee-leung Joseph LAU (Hong Kong)

Promotion Coordinator Prof. Dr. Nizamuddin Ahmed (Bangladesh)

Ex-Officio member Mr. David W Jones (Australia)

Member Tan Cheng Kiong (Singapore)

Member Dato Paduka Ar. H. Idris Abas (Brunei Darussalam)

Secretary Mr. J. Rizal C. Pangilinan Asia-Pacific Support Centre

How do I become a member?

Membership Categories (Adult) Membership Associate Member

1. Please fill up the application form available at www.scout.org/aprfoundation

Recognition

US$ 500.00 - up

Foundation certificate and lapel pin

Donor Member

US$ 1000.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin, and medallion

Bronze Palm Member

US$ 3000.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin and plaque of appreciation

Silver Palm Member

US$ 5000.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin, and plaque of appreciation

US$ 10,000.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin, and plaque of appreciation

US$25,000.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin, and plaque of appreciation

US$50,000.00 – up

Foundation certificate, lapel pin, and plaque of appreciation

Gold Palm Member Platinum Palm Member Diamond Palm Member

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Amount

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2. Payment for the membership can be made through any following options:

Demand draft and cheque payments

Through Your National Scout Organization:

For telegraphic transfer:

Prepare a cheque payable to: “World Scout Bureau/APR” and send it to World Scout Bureau/ Asia-Pacific Support Centre, Makati City, Philippines ODC International Plaza Building, 219 Salcedo Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City 1229, Philippines

If in case you have any difficulty in sending your donations through any of the recommended options, you may send it thru your National Scout Organization.

Account Name: World Scout Bureau/APR Account Number: 10 12000-40188 Bank/Branch: Banco De Oro, Herrera Branch

Bank Address: V. Sotto St. cor Herrera St., Legaspi Village, Makati City 1229 Philippines Tel No: +63 2 759 4416

Fax No: +63 2 759 4415

Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Tel No: + 63 2 818 0984 / 899 27 12

ABA Code: N/A

Fax: + 63 2 819 0093

Email: asia-pacific@scout.org

For more information, please contact:

Mr. J. Rizal C. Pangilinan, Regional Director World Scout Bureau Asia-Pacific Support Centre Email: asia-pacific@scout.org

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YOUTH MEMBERS

NEW MEMBERS (2015-2018)

AUSTRALIA Donor Elston Hynd Peter Blatch Associate Paul D. Parkinson, OAM

Youth Members

(as of September 2018) Bronze Youth Member INDIA Nikunj Agarwal Donor Youth Members INDIA Siddharth Athreyas Sreeram Khrishnaswamy HONG KONG Wong Wai-chun Invoke MACAU Chau Chi Kiu Althina

MACAU Chio Wang Tat Kuan Hok Hei Anson Leong Wai Cheong Cecilia Vong Chao Hou Fong Lio Weng U Chao Kai Yeung Elvis

Associate Youth Members BANGLADESH Rubyyat Ryyan Khandaker HONG KONG Fung Hiu-Lam Helen Tsang Cheuk Ue Woo Chun Hung Chan Tsz Hin INDIA Atharv V Gotawat Pruthviraj J Girimaji Supreeth Balaji Yashraj Ranka Kushi S Ranka Abhilash Yash Singh Abhinav Harsh Singh MS B Rashi MS B Ritisha Ku Chitra Ravindra

MYANMAR Phyo Thura Win MACAU Leong Cho Yiu Sou Ka Hang (Frankie) Wu Kuan Leng Chao Hoi Fong (Nicole) Sou Ka Long (Billy) Chen Ka Weng (Angle) Chuy O Xu Peng Lucia Lei Cheng Nok Tang Sin I Chan Chi Kuan Chio Kai Un Daryl Kou Pou Ieng May

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BANGLADESH Bronze Nizamuddin Ahmed Donor Aminur Rahman Associate Md Shahadat Hossain Mohamed Ismail CHINA Donor Chin Chu Chen DENMARK Associate Esben Holager HONG KONG Silver Dominic Chu Chun Ho Lau Yee Leung Joseph Ng Ah Ming Bronze Lee Kui Nang Solomon Donor Angela Yu Chan Chau Yuk Cheryl Chan Ka Hing Chan Wai Man Chen Dion Choi Cheuk Hon Walter Chow Chiu Sheung Chu Lo Kit Ying Canie Chu Kai Hui Dabria Chu Kai Xin Davina Fong Yick Chung Edwin Ho Pui Lam Benjaman Lai Kar Yan Andrew Lai Wai Sang Wilson Lai Yin Ying Lau Siu Ming Lee Yiu Hung Peter Lin Man Norman Lok Ban Lam Jenny Ng Chi Ming Lord of Boughton

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Ng Ka Lai Jacqueline Ng Ka Leung Jason Ngan Chi Hung Charles Ngan Ming Sau Candy Wong Kit Chi Anna Wong Lik Hang Jackie Yan Hau Yee Lina Yau Hok Mo Ma Ka Wai Associate Tham Oi Chun Janie Amberly Chan Chan Hin Keung Henry Chan Kendrick Marc Cheung Chi Kin Mori Fung Chi Ho Benjamin Ho Sai Hau Ho Wai Keung Lai Suk Fan Angela Sze Chung Fun Frank INDIA Silver Dr. Kanniapan Jayaraman Associate Mr. Madhusudan Avala Subramanyam Geeta Singh Anand Ji Singh INDONESIA Gold Ahmad Rusdi Bronze Paulus Tjakrawan Taningdjaja Donor Anita Rusdi Adyaksa Dault Associate Brata Tryana Hardjusubroto Susi Yuliati JAPAN Bronze Reiko Suzuki Yasuhiko Paul Miki Akira Ota Donor Tadashi Murayama Hideo Baba Yoshihiko Hirano

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Mazato Mizono Associate Masami Yu Yuichi Kuboto Emi Murayama Koji Negi Shigehisa Yanagi Masauiko Sono KOREA Gold Simon Hang Bock Rhee Bronze Bok Yie Lee Associate Byung No Chang Ji Min Park Jimmy Kwang Seok Yoo Kyoung Sook Ham Soon Ja Hong Catherine HLOCHD, Medueng Scout Ham Club MACAU Bronze Chau Seng Chon Garfield Francisca Vong Donor Chou Ian Kuai Linda Francisco Chan MALAYSIA Gold Kalaimani Supramaniam Donor Dato Ahmad Shazilly Bin Ismail Mariatun K Sarwani Associate Mohammed Ameer Saad Bin Shams Mr. Ramasamy Rajalingam Mr. Ramakrishnan Ramasamy MALDIVES Donor Abdullah Rasheed Associate Ahmed Nasheed MYANMAR Donor Myo Thaw NEPAL Associate Santosh Poudel

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PAKISTAN Associate Hafiz Tariq Mehmood PHILIPPINES Donor Mr. Oliver John Christian Liu Associate J. Rizal C. Pangilinan Dale Corvera SCOUTS OF CHINA Bronze Chao Shou Po Donor Chen Huann Ran Chen Shi Chieh Chen Yu Ching Chua Tin Sien Hsiao Yu Jen Hsieh Chen Yu Hsieh Chi Li Hsu Yuan Chi Irene Chen Kuo Tung Hung Lai Sheng Chih Lin Chin Sheng Lin Hung Chin Lin Wen Hui Tsai Kuo Chi Yang Wang Shu Wen Associate Jesse Chiu Sheng Hsiao Ming Sherman

SINGAPORE Donor ANDREW ANG ANTONG SHAHRUDIN RAHMAT Associate Ho Kwai Kwong Peh Khoon Puay SRI LANKA Donor Gihan Amil Abeysundara THAILAND Gold Pansak Ransibrahmanakul Bronze Somboon Bunyasiri Donor Pattaroj Kamonrojsiri Associate Sopin Bunyasiri USA Donor Roger Schrimp Janine Halverson Lisa Cristiano Jennifer Hancock

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JAPAN Japan Government

Scout Association of Japan

Scout Association of Hong Kong

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Mr. Wong Kam-fai Mr. Chan Iu-seng Sir Gordon Y.S. WU GBS KCMG FICE

PLATINUM

INDONESIA Gerakan Pramuka Mr. Ahmad Rusdi

JAPAN Scout Association of Japan

JAPAN Mr. Kuniichi Komachi

PHILIPPINES Philippines Long Distance Co. (PLDT)

KOREA Korea Scout Association Mr. Park Kun Bae Mr. Kim Eun-Soo Seoul Bank Visa International - Korea Mr. Simon Hang Bock Rhee Mr. Kang Young Joong

GOLD HONG KONG Mr. Herman Hui AUSTRALIA Scouts Australia

MACAU The Scout Association of Macau

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM PP Negara Brunei Darussalam

In recognition of their diligent effort in the recruitment of members, and taking an active part in empowering communities through the APR Scout Foundation.

Promotion Coordinator Prof. Dr. Nizamuddin Ahmed (Bangladesh Scouts)

DIAMOND MEMBERSHIP CATEGORY

SINGAPORE Mr. Felix Li Tai Ho

Membership Recognition Awardees

President Dr. Chao, Shou-Po (Scouts of China)

COMPLETE LIST OF FOUNDATION MEMBERS

SCOUTS OF CHINA-TAIWAN The General Association of the Scouts of China Dr. George Huang, M.D. MALDIVES Mr. Mohamed Waheed Deen DENMARK Mr. Sven Philip Sorensen Girl Guides & Boy Scouts Aid in Denmark HONG KONG Mr. Chau Cham-son Mr. Kenneth Koon Wing Lo The Scout Association of Hong Kong Mr. Jones Wong TSAHK East Kowloon Region TSAHK Hongkong Island Region Chinese Estates Holding Ltd. Wing Lung Bank Foundation Mr. Chow Kwen-lim MBE JP

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MALAYSIA Mr. Kalaimani Supramaniam PHILIPPINES Hon. Jejomar C. Binay Coca-Cola Bottlers Phils. Banco Filipino SINGAPORE Singapore Scout Association Dr. Ee Peng Liang Hon. Chia Shi Teck THAILAND Mr. Sutham Phantusak National Scout Organization of Thailand Gen. Chavalit Yongchaiyut USA Mr. John R. Donnell Jr. Boy Scouts of America

HONG KONG Mr. William Kwan Cheuk-yin Mr. Solomon Lee Kui-nang R E P O R T

-Y.B. Dato Paduka A.R. Idris B.H. Abas FINLAND Suomen Partiolaiset – Finlands Scouter HONG KONG Mr. Ng Ah Ming Mr. Joseph Yee Leung Lau Mr. Dominic Chu Chun-Ho TSA Hongkong Kowloon Region Mr. Leung On-Fook Mr. Gilbert Yu Woon-Wai Mr. Tang Kwei-nang JP Mr. Lau Hon-Wah BE M JP Mr. William Lee Ka-Chung The Hon. Mr. Justice Michael Wong Mr. Lo Kwok-hung Mr. Mok Kong-sang Mr. Simon Kwok Siu-ming Mr. Wu Sai-wing Ernst & Young Kings Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Macy’s Candies Limited Success W&F Company Ltd. INDIA The Bharat Scouts & Guides Dr. Kanniapan Jayaraman PHILIPPINES Government Service Insurance System THAILAND Mr. Prakorb Mukura Mr Pansak Ransibrahmanakul UNITED KINGDOM Mr. Eric Frank USA Mr. & Mrs. Scott and Marty Teare

SILVER

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BRUNEI DARUSSALAM -Pehin Orang Kaya Digadong Seri Lela Datu Seri Paduka Haji Awang Hussien bin Pehin Orang Kaya Digadong Seri bin Pehin Orang Kaya Diraja Dato Laila Utama Haji Awang Digadong Seri Md. Yusof

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WORLD SCOUT BUREAU World Scout Bureau/Geneva


BRONZE AUSTRALIA Mr. Neil M. Westaway Dr. William G. Wells Mr. John Ravenhall

D. J. Builders Mr. Seo Eun Bae Mr. Kim Pyong Chol Dr. Lee Bok Yie

Dr. Mirza Ali Haider BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Haji Wahab Bin Haji Awang Tengah YB. Dato’ Dr. Mohammad Shahrum bin Osman

BANGLADESH Prof Dr. Nizamuddin Ahmed

MACAU Ms. Francisca Vong Kin Cheng Mr. Chau Seng Chon Garfield Mr. Leong Hing Fon

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Haji Abu Bakar Haji Ahmad

MALAYSIA Dato Chee Khay Huat

EGYPT Mr. Fawzi Farghali

SCOUTS OF CHINA-TAIWAN Mr. Chen Chin Chu

PAKISTAN Pakistan Boy Scouts Association

FRANCE Mr. Luc Panissod

HONG KONG Mr. John C. Y. Hui Mr. Garson Lee Mr. Paul W C Ho Mr. Philip Ching Mr. Patrick Wu Po-kong JP Mr. Alexander Wong K.M. Mr. Mak Hing-Cheung Mr. Ho Kang-por Mr. Raymond Wong Mr. Wan Chi-keung Aaron Mr. Wilfred Ng Sau-Kei Mr. Ernest H Y Ma Mr. Hugo Hung Hin-hong Mr. Wong Kam-shing Mr. Li Fung-lok Mr. Ricky Law Wai-kin Mr. Lee Fung-tai Lau, Chan & Ko, Solicitors Hing Fat Plastic Manufacturing Co. Ltd. Mr. Tam Kwok Man Benny Mr. Hubert Yan Man Ho Mr. Ng Hoi Shan Aaron Ms. Ophelia Chan Chiu-ling

THAILAND Hon. Sumon Samasarn Kong Visutharoms Scout Foundation

GERMANY Mrs. Mathilde Gruner

INDIA Al-Ameen Charitable Funds INDONESIA Mr. Paulus Tjakrawan Taningdjaja JAPAN Mr. Fujio Imada Mr. Tomomichi Gouke Mrs. Reiko Suzuki Mr. Yasuhiko Miki Mr. Akira Ota KOREA Mr. Lee Won-Hee

USA Mr. Robert Lynn Horne, M.D. World Scout Bureau/Europe Region SWITZERLAND Dr. Jacques Moreillon THAILAND Association of Top Achiever Scouts (ATAS) WORLD SCOUT BUREAU World Scout Bureau/Europe

DONOR AUSTRALIA Mrs. Helen Wells Mr. Elston Coln Hynd Mr. Bruce Garnsey Mr. John Mctier Ms. Kirsty Brown Mr. Peter Blatch BANGLADESH Mr. Aminur Rahman Mr. Habibul Alam Mr. Afzal Hossain Mr. Al Haj Jahangir Chowdhury Bangladesh Scouts Mr. Fazlur Rahman Ifteekharul Alam Mohammad Aurangazeb Chowdhury Eng. Mohd. Salim Chowdhury

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DENMARK Mr. Jorgen Rasmussen

GREECE Mr. Alexandros Modiano HONGKONG Mr. Yip Wing-shing K. Wah Real Estates Co. Ltd Sun Hung Kai Properties Charitable Fund Limited Mr. Marius Chan Mr. Jimmy Yeung Mr. Li Yuk-shing Mr. Kenneth Siu Mr. Ku Sze-Chung Mr. Stephen Chan Ping Woon Mr. Hui Ki-On Ms. Linda Cheng Ms. Elsa Wong BP Lodge Dr. Samuel Leung Mr. Alexander Lee Mr. Andrew Mak Mr. Arthur Li Kit-chee Mr. Axel Cheung Mr. Chan Cham-man Mr. Chan Hoi-sun Mr. Chan Shu-ying JP Mr. Chan Way Mr. Charles Wong Tak-leung Mr. Cheung Che-fan Mr. David Leung Mr. David Li Ka-fai Mr. Deforest Ng Che-kan Mr. Edwing Tsang Ching-lun Mr. Eric Li Yau-wai Mr. Eric Yau Mrs. Julida Fok Mr. Jerry H L Szeto

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Mr. Hong Po-Sum Mr. Justein C Wong MBE JP Mr. Keith Law Mr. Kennedy Tang Tse-yee Mr. Lam Chiu-Kuen Mr. Lo Wai-shing Mr. Lok Cheong-hon Mr. Patrick Tang Mr. Peter Lung Mr. Rene Hardmeier Mr. Roderick Leung Mr. Simon Law Wing Lam Mr. Stuart McDouall Mr. Tai Kuen JP Mr. Tom Chan Lap-chee Mr. Wan Suet-ming Mr. Wilfred Lam Mr. Wong Man-kwong Mr. Yuen Hing-keung Mrs. Leung On-fook Sir Kenneth Ping Fan Fung CBE JP The Hon. Mr. Justice Patrick Chan Mr. Alexander Cheung The Scout Assn of Hong Kong Mr. Pau Shiu-hung Mr. Mak Sak-hong Mr. Kui Kwoksing Mr. Chan Yam Cheong Mr. Wong Chung-hie, Jones Mr. Ho Wing-Ko Mr. Wong Kin-ming Mr. Chiu Sze-hoi Mr. Dennis W.P. Ng Mr. Liao Cheung-sing Mr. Chan Siu Ms. Mary Tong Siu-fun Mr. Chan Tung Mr. Eric Cheung Tak-chung Mr. Chow Man leung Ms. Stella Fung Shiu-hing Ms. Katherine Hung Dr. Hung Se-fong Mr. Allan LI Hon-hung Mr. Raymond Lo Lap-wai Ms. Michell Wong Oi-yee Mr. Yung Kin-Man Mr. Pui Kwan Kay Mrs. Hui Lee Big Kar Mrs. Wong Cheung Yin Fong Shirley Mr. Tseng Kok-Ting Mr. David Ho Mr. Chan Pui Wing Lawrence Mr. Wong Kin Ming Mr. Charles Leung Mr. Wong Hok Ming Mr. Chan Chun Wing, Terence

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Mr. Lau Pak Man, Peter Mr. Ho Gar Lok, Arnold Mr. Hui Kwok Wong Mr. Hui Sai Chung Mr. Ben Shiao Ms. Ivy Cheong Mr. Lee Yiu Hung Peter Ms. Angela Yu Ms. Chan Chau Yuk Cheryl Mr. Chan Ka Hing Edward Mr. Chan Wai Man Mr. Chen Dion Mr. Choi Cheuk Hon Walter Mr. Chow Chiu Sheung Ms. Chu Lo Kit Ying Canie Ms. Chu Kai Hui Dabria Ms. Chu Kai Xin Davina Mr. Fong Yick Chung Edwin Mr. Ho Pui Lam Benjamin Mr. Lai Kar Yan Andrew Mr. Lai Wai Sang Wilson Mr. Lai Yin Ying Mr. Lau Siu Ming Mr. Lin Man Norman Ms. Lok Ban Lam Jenny Mr. Ng Chi Ming, Lord of Boughton Ms. Ng Ka Lai Jacqueline Mr. Ng Ka Leung Jason Mr. Ngan Chi Hung Charles Ms. Ngan Ming Sau Candy Ms. Wong Kit Chi Anna Ms. Wong Lik Hang Jackie Ms. Yan Hau Yee Lina Mr. Yau Hok Mo Mr. Ma Ka Wai Dr. Chik Poon Yin INDIA Asia-Pacific (AsPAC) ISGF Committee Mr. Mohammed Ali Khalid Islamic Academy of Education Mr. Irfan Razac Mr. Hanif Sirwani Mr. Manzoor Ahmed Sherif Mr. Harish L. Mehta Mr. K. Viswanath Rao Mr. Bhupendra Shah INDONESIA Lt. Gen. J Himawan Soetanto Mr. Sudjono Suryo Mr. H.A. Rivai Harahap Mr. John Liem Beng Kiat Prof. Dr. H. Azrul Azwar, MD, MPH Mr. Brata Tyrana Hardjusubroto

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Dr. Adhyaksa Dault Ms. Anita Rusdi JAPAN Mr. Teiji Takemiya Mr. Hideo Baba Mr. Masamitsu Takei Mr. Takeichi Hoshi Mr. Masahiro Sakai Mr. Eijiro Nakahira Mr. Taiken Takahashi Mrs.Tomomichi Gouke (Ritsuko) Ms. Mineko Shimizu Mr. Ayakazu Hirose Mr. Toyoharu Nagashima Mr. Ko Yoshida Mr. Tsutomu Negeshi Mr. Katsura Kuno Mr. Yoritake Matsudaira Mr. Kazuhisa Chiba Mr. Takemichi “Toby” Suzuki Mr. Hiroshi Sakai Mrs. Yoritake Matsudaira (Toyoko) Mrs. Katsura Kuno (Akiko) Mrs. Koji Oguri (Motoko) Mr. Kikuyoshi Ishida Mr. Fumio Ishida Mr. Masanao Nomura Mrs. KoYoshida (Shizuko) Mr. Tadashi Sugihara Mr. Masaya Arao Mr. Tomoo Haruta Mr. Mitsuru Sakaguchi Mr. Kunio Suzuki Mr. Hideyuki Hori Mr. Yoshihiro Asai Mr. Ken Yoshida Mr. Eiichi L. Yamaguchi Mr. Haruo Moriya Mr. Eizoh Taguchi Mr. Tamotsu Inoue Mr. Shougo Harada Mr. Ko Itoya Mr. Eiji Mizumoto Mr. Chiyozo Taita Mr. Asakazu Sakashita Mr. Takashi Sakashita Mr. Taro Ikeda Mr. Minoru Uchida Mr. Kazuo Watanabe Mr. Takeshi Yoshizawa Mr. Keiji Okamoto Mr. Shigeru Aoyagi Mr. Tamoaki Yamamoto Mr. Kenichi Tomioka Mr. Kenji Horie

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Mr. Kousaburo Murohashi Mr. Koichi Kimura Mr. Naoharu Yamanouchi Mr. Hiromi Asai Mr. Kohnosuke Kobayashi Mr. Yuzuru “Joe” Dote Mr. Toshikazu Kotatsu Mr. Takeshi Abe Mr. Masaaki Sato Mr. Masaaki Nanba Mr. Minoru Nishimura Mrs. Noboru Nakano (Mari) Mr. Kazuo Shimoyama Mr. Hiroshi Nakashima Mr. Osamu Hirose Mr. Morinosuke Mogi Mr. Shoji Takahashi Mr. Makoto Wakatsuki Mr. Hidenori Nishimaki Mr. Masazumi Fukumoto Mr. Atsushi Yasukawa Mr. Kazuo Isono Mr. Shigehisa Yanagi Mr. Masami Yu Mr. Tomoyasu Sano Mr. Tadao Kato Mr. Paul Tadashi Murayama Mr. Yoshihiko Hirano Mr. Masato Mizuno KOREA Hon. Kim Chong-Hoh Mr. Uhm Moon Young Dr. Kim Yong-Wan Mr. Seung Byoung-Ku Mr. Tae Sun Kang Mr. Seung Jae Kim Mr. LeeYoung-Ku Mr. Kim Kyu Young Mrs. Hwang Chun-ja Kim Mr. Sonny Seung Su-kim Mr. Kim Young- Chang Mr. Sang Ho Shim Mr. Seung Soo (Danny) Hong Mr. Eugene Gui Kim Prof. Han Jihyun Mr. HI Moon Shin Mr. Kang Suk Dai Mr. Chung Joon Mr. Bok Hyun Jung Dr. Jong Han Hahm Mr. Jae Bock Choi Mr. Su Bum Tak Mr. Kwang Seok Yoo

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MACAU Mr. Leong Sio Pui Ms. Chou Ian Kuai Linda Mr. Francisco Chan Mr. Hong Teng Fong, Donald

Mr. Fayyaz Mahmood Khan Mr. Muhammad Shahid Faryad Khan Mr. Zubair Mahmood Mr. Shabaz Mubarik Mr. Syed Pervez Ali Shah Jillani

MALAYSIA Persekutuan Pengakap Malaysia Mr. Mohammed Mukhyuddin Bin Sarwani Mr. Tan Sim Kai Henry Mr. Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Bin Dato Tak Mr. Geoffrey Teo Yong Luan Mr. Eric Khoo Heng Peng Mr. Tan Sri Datuk William Tan Ho Choon King Scout Brotherhood Malaysia Mr. Leslie Marjoribanks State Government of Terengganu Hon. Dato Hj. Kaharudin bin Momin Mr. Jamal Harim Bin Abullah Dr. Chee Lean Hock (Peter) Datin Cheong Cheok Ling (Eleen) Dato Sharom Osman Johor International Jamboree Mariatun Kiftiah Binti Sarwani Dato’ Ahmad Shazilly Bin Ismail Bakti

PAPUA NEW GUINEA Hon. Justice Robert Woods, CBE

MALDIVES The Scout Association of Maldives Mr. Hussain Abdullah Mr. Abdullah Rasheed MONGOLIA The Scout Association of Mongolia MYANMAR Mr. Myo Thaw NEPAL Nepal Scouts Brig.Gen.(Rtd.) Rabi SSJB Rana Mr. Shree Ram Lamichhane NEW ZEALAND Dr. A. Francis Small The Scout Association of New Zealand Mr. Geoffrey Fuller PAKISTAN Justice (Rtd) Sayed Ghous Ali Shah Mr. Muhammad Shati Memon Mr. Syed Muhammad Razi Mr. Zahid Hussain Rajput Maj. Zia-Ul-Hameed Mrs. Aneela Jillani Mr. Mirza Muhammad Naeem Barlas

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PHILIPPINES Metrobank Foundation Engr. Ernesto Mercado Boy Scouts of the Philippines Dr. Renato L. Paras PCI Foundation Engr. Leo Lasacar Atty. Francisco S. Roman Mr. Vicente Chua Engr. John De Guzman Hon. Dante V. Liban Hon. Roberto M. Pagdanganan Rev. Jean-Marie Tchang Mr. Romeo M. Brown Sr. Mrs. Evelyn Roman Mr. Jolly L. Ting Mr. Jaime U. Lim Mr. Wilbur Chan Mr. George T. Yang Mr. Patricio L. Lim BPI Foundation Rustans Supermarket SM Group of Companies Ayala Land Inc. S.M.I. Fish Industries Mr. Jejomar Erwin S. Binay Land Bank of the Phils. Mr. Enrique B. Lagdameo A.L. Salazar Construction Inc. Persan Construction Freeport Shipyard Engr. Alex Trinidad Ms. Lourdes Sundiam Casimero Asian Bank Mr. Ricardo L. Morelos Mr. Hyun Mo Park Mr. Oliver John Christian Liu Asia-Pacific Evergreen Scouts (APES) Mr. Jose Eduardo Delgado Mr. Wendel Eliot Avisado SAUDI ARABIA International Union of Muslim Scouts SCOUTS OF CHINA - TAIWAN Dr. Chao, Shou-po Mr. Wu Chien-Chih

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R E P O R T

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Mr. Shoei-Yun Wu Mr. Liu Chih-Yun Mr. Franki Lin Mr. Alexander Wu Jr. Dr. Kuan Chih-Ming Mr. Lin Kun-Lo Mr. Lee A-Cheng Mr. Lin Mau-Rong Mr. Tim Kuo Mr. Chang An-Jan Dr. Ming-Huey Kao, PhD Kaohsiung City Council, BSC Mr. Lee Yao-Chwen Mr. Hong-Tu Chen Mr. Tsan Yang Wu Mr. Huang Jeng-Shieng Mr. Chin-Cheng Yeh Mr. Chiang Kuo-Yung Ms. Wang Kuei-Hua Mr. Ben Po-Chuan Lin Mr. Chen Su-Jan Mr. Lee Kuang-Mou Mr. Lee Shi-Ching Mr. Cheng Cheng-Jen Mr. Yen Kuan-Yu Mr. Wu Tien-Yu Mr. Shen Ching-Chung Mr. Huang Tzu-Liang Mr. Chiu Ming-Hsiang Mr. Lee Jui-Ming Mr. Lin Yu-Fu Mr. Ou Shih-Piao Mr. Cheng Sen-Chi Mr. Chuang Her-Ling Mr. Liu Hsien-Chueh Mr. Hao Hsia-Fui Ms. Huang Chang, Ling-Yuen Mr. Hsu Wen-Liang Mr. Wang Fu-Min Mr. Yeh Chin-Fa Mr. Lu Chao-Chung Mr. Elmer Liu Mrs. Chen Yen Chun Chien Mr. Chaur-Shin Yung Mr. Chen Ming Chun Mr. Chang, Tzu – Chien Mr. Ie Bin Lian Mr. Chen, Shi-Chieh Mr. Lin, Chin-Sheng Mr. Chen, Huann- Ran Mr. Kao, Kuo-Lun Dr. Hsieh, Chen-Yu Mr. Lai, Sheng-Chih Mr. Hsiao, Yu-Jen Mr. Lin, Hung-Chin Madam Irene Chen


Mr. Chen, Yu-Ching Mr. Hsieh, Chi-Li Mr. Hsu, Yuan-Chi Mr. Kuo, Tung-Hung Mr. Lin, Wen-Hui Madam Yang Wang, Shu-Wen Mr. Tsai Kou Chih

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OTHER DONATIONS 10th AP/14th Australian Rover Moot, Australia 17th APR Jamboree, Korea 18th APR Scout conference, Singapore 18th APR/9th Malaysian Nat’l. Jamboree Malaysia 19th APR/18th Australian Jamboree 1st APR Prog.&Trng. Workshop for NPCs & NTCs Participants, Hong Kong 1st APR Seminar on Financial Mgt., Singapore 20th APR/8th Scouts China Natl.Jamboree, Taiwan 21st APR Jamboree, Korea 22nd APR /19th Australian Jamboree, Australia 23rd APR/13th Nippon Jamboree, Japan 24th APR/11th Korea Jamboree, Korea 25th APR Jamboree, Thailand 26th APR Jamboree, Philippines 27th APR Jamboree, Korea 28th APR Scout Jamboree- Taiwan 29th APR Jamboree, Sri Lanka 2nd APR Environmental Education Seminar/Workshop, Japan 30th APR Jamboree, Fukuoka-Japan 35th Basic Mgt. Course Participants, Philippines 38th BMC for Scout Executives Participants, Thailand 4th National COMDECA 2007, Bangladesh APR Scout Committee Meeting - Thailand APR BSN National Symposium-Scout Leaders & Staff, Japan APR Management Course for BSN Full-Time Executives, Japan APR Workshop on Financial Management, Brunei APR Events Management Workshop, Korea APR Scout Foundation Fund Raising Dinner, Japan APR Scout Foundation Gathering during APR Summit, Indonesia Gathering in Honour of Mr. Tadashi Sugihara, Japan Golf Tournament, Thailand Participant of Oita Scouters Traning Session, Japan Renovation Committee of Vajiravudh Camp, Thailand

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Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Foundation Triennial Report 2015-2018  

In this publication, we reported that the Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Foundation (APRSF) completed its 25 years of service since it was esta...

Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Foundation Triennial Report 2015-2018  

In this publication, we reported that the Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Foundation (APRSF) completed its 25 years of service since it was esta...