Governor wants effective Scouts organizations


Governor Sindh Imran Ismail who is also Chief Scout of Sindh, has called for an effective coordination between boy scouts and girl guides associations for the promotion of scouting in the province.

He was talking to a 3-member delegation of Pakistan Boy Scout Association (PBSA), led by Chief Commissioner PBSA Sarfaraz Qamar Daha, at Governor House today.

He said both associations, with a similar cause, must exchange information and programmes, besides having joint ventures in certain projects.

“The objective of scouting and girls guides is common, which is character building and service delivery”, he added.

The Governor Sindh advised the leader trainers to pay extra care and attention to the training of young scouts and equip the training centres with modern training gears to keep pace with the future challenges.

He emphasised the need for making scout organizations fully- functional at all levels in the province, so that the desired objectives of the movement could be attained.

“The objectives could be achieved by pursuing the principles of the movement, through personal sincerity and interest and by enhanced mutual contacts”, he added.


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