Scouting provided a multi-functional purpose, directing students to become happy, healthy, useful citizens. scouting complements the school, education, family, filling needs not met by either. Scouting develops self-knowledge, self-discipline and the need to explore, to discover, beyond the classroom, tapping the skills to learn and to become well-rounded people.

Scouting helps Scouts to learn how to carry and follow out their commitment in everyday life. This approach to life has three areas:

  • Spiritual Area — A commitment to seek the spiritual value of life on a daily basis
  • Social Area — Participating in the revamping of society, and respecting the dignity of others adding to the integrity of the natural world.
  • Personal Area — developing a sense of personal responsibility
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