Nepal Scouts 52nd Wood badge Training

Opening Ceremony

The Nepal Scouts recently held their 52nd Woodbadge Training at Ganga Maala Maa. Vi, Birendranagar, Surkhet, from Chaitra 21-27, 2079. On the first day, the participants were welcomed, and on the second day, the training was inaugurated. The inauguration was chaired by Province Coordinator Mr. Kamal Bohara, with the national flag hosted by National Leader Trainer Mr. Bijendra Dhoju and the Scouts flag hosted by Course Leader/ National Leader Trainers Mr. Shiva Bahadur Bhandari. The training team was led by Mr. Shiva Bahadur Bhandari as Course Leader , Mr Kamal  Bohara as in chaired person.


Training Period

The participants were excited and grateful to learn new skills  Mr Bijendra Dhoju take a session adult development, motivation,  leadership skills, spiritual development, volunteering , The training brought together 18 participants from four districts – Humla, Jumla, Jajarkot, and Surkhet, to learn various skills, including knotting, first aid, jungle survival, and self-cooking with limited resources. and During the training the participant were also involved in community development by cleaning the school area and repairing the drainage and water pump.


The closing ceremony

The closing ceremony was chaired by Province Advisory Committee member/ Counsellor Mr. Khageswor Gautam, with the Ward Chairperson Mr. Dil Bahadur Rakhal as the chief guest. During his speech,  Mr. Rakhal promised to advocate for scouting development with the relevant authority. The School Principal, Mrs. Shanti Baskota, also expressed her appreciation for the Nepal Scouts’ contribution to cleaning and maintenance.  Course leader motivate participants for continuation on development of scouting as journey has begun ,Mr. Gautam closed the ceremony with an inspiring speech, encouraging everyone to work towards the development of children and young people through scouting. Overall, the training was a success, and participants and organizers alike praised the Nepal Scouts Karnali Province for their efforts in promoting scouting and community development.