Project 3L Activity Pack Roll Out session has been successfully organized at Laboratory Secondary School
March 6, 2022
Project 3L (Life Long Learning) 2020 entitled Scouting for All: Any Situation, Anywhere, Any How, Activity Pack Roll Out session has been successfully organized at Laboratory Secondary School, Kirtipur Kathmandu on 5th March 2022 for Visually Impaired Students. Project 3L 2020 has been funded by Friends of Asia Pacific WAGGGS (FAPW). Nepal Scouts AIS/Training Officer Mabila Khadka rolled out the session with the help of writer students of the school along with Scout Leaders and Ranger Scouts.
A total of 34 participants (17 Visually Impaired Students and 17 Writer Students to support each visually impaired student) participated in the session. In the session, the participants learned about basic knowledge on scouting, leadership mindsets, and shadow pandemic based on various activities. The participants expressed their happiness to learn about scouting, the skills to enhance their leadership qualities, identify different forms of violence, ways to protect themselves from violence and raise voices against violence. They showed their keen interest to become Scouts and explore further opportunities in Scouting.
During the closing session, Nepal Scouts National Coordinator, Mr. Lok Bahadur Bhandari, Bagmati Province Coordinator Mr. Kesh Ratna Bajracharya, and Principal, Laboratory Secondary School, Dr. Lakpa Sherpa were present. Mr. Lok Bahadur Bhandari handed over the certificates to the participants. He informed the students that Nepal Scouts has kept diversity and inclusion aspects into core consideration, will put its best efforts for the full-fledged development of differently able youths, and ensure that their unique capabilities are outreached to the worldwide scouting community. He expressed his motivational words for students and encouraged the youths to concentrate on their studies, utilize the physical and virtual platforms of scouting to explore and enhance their potentialities to develop themselves as a responsible citizen of the global community. He also said that Nepal Scouts will coordinate with the school administration and Local Level Government Authorities to help them join scouting and assured the students that he will arrange training for school teachers and provide free uniforms to visually impaired students to enhance their scouting spirit.