Arab scouting conf. extols Kuwaiti experience in humanitarian work

Attendees of the eighth conference of the Arab Association for Boy Scouts and Girl Guides
Attendees of the eighth conference of the Arab Association for Boy Scouts and Girl Guides

KUWAIT, March 4 (KUNA) — Attendees of the eighth conference of the Arab Association for Boy Scouts and Girl Guides advised on Friday that the Association makes use of the Kuwaiti experience in humanitarian work.
Moreover, they called in a final statement to the conference, hosted by Kuwait, that school curricula in the Arab world should include contents on environmental awareness.
The final statement also recommended that governments and NGOs should work in unison to enhance the individual and the society. The statement further underscored the need to provide an environment for civil society organizations to thrive and grow.
It moreover brought attention to the need to take up the cause of “Scouts for Al-Quds or occupied Jerusalem,” saying that all scouts should know about the socio-political situation in that city.
The attendees agreed that all scouting outfits in Arab countries should remain true to the scouting movement by upholding its core values that seek to improve the individual and society together. (end) mrf.ajs