December 15, 2016

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Myanmar Scouts concludes strategy development workshop

Myanmar scouts are seen at the concluding ceremony of strategy development workshop.
Myanmar scouts are seen at the concluding ceremony of strategy development workshop.

The Myanmar Scouts Federation yesterday concluded a workshop in Lanmadaw township, Yangon Region, with an address by Union Minister
at President’s Office U Soe Thane.
The country introduced its scouting in 1916 and stopped it in 1964, with the union minister saying that it was resumed in 2012 after the gap of 48 years.
The Myanmar Boy Scouts and the Myanmar Girl Scouts have adopted their own organisational setups alongside their own rules and regulations, he said, calling for continued support for the country’s scouts to become a member to the World Scouts in the World Scouts Conference in 2017.
The 25th Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Conference in South Korea in November 2015 unanimously approved the country’s membership to the World Scout.
The workshop drew 50 scouts, including former scouts, from six regions and states.

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