INTEGRATION OF THE VOLNERABLES IN SCOUTING
On Friday 15th of March, 2013, The Community leaders patrol when to start a scout troop at St. Johns school for Deaf and hard of hearing. The activity amid to encourage special need people in to scouting, because scouting is a friend to all and a friend to any other scout without any forms of discrimination. We realized that these people are very important in the society as far as humanity is concern. Since scouting is a voluntary organization for young people, the community leaders patrol this as a duty to encourage everybody in the society to contribute to the development of the society through scout method. We first wrote a letter to the principal of the school Danial Mendy concerning the establishment of the scouting in the school. He approved the letter and welcomes the idea, and also gave us an appointment on Friday for us to come and start the scout troop in the school. We met the school administration on Friday 15th march and they consult all the students to be in the school hall for the introduction of scouting to the student. At 11:00Am, all the students reported to the hall for the orientation and the vise principal was the interpreter between the students and the patrol members. Lamin Jawneh the patrol leader of C.L.P first gave a speech on the purpose of the coming. He states that important of scouting of scouting to young people. Mr. Momodou Mendy a member of the national executive committee also join us for that activity and he also gave a very good remark about scouting and how scouting can contribute to the development of the community. He also elaborates on the unity, love and togetherness in scouting. He also stated that scouting is open to all without any discrimination and other patrol members also gave a good remark. Finally, we registered 32 members into scouting. The next terget school iS the school for the blind (GOVI) Location: St. Johns school for Deaf and hard of hearing.
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