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2 Jamboree 2007

2 Jamboree 2007

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T
he Jamboree is on!!Celebrations to mark 100years of Scouting have kickedoff all-over the world.At Rowallan Camp in Nairobi,celebrations have attractedparticipants from differentcountries.Excited scouts have so fararrived from: Uganda,Australia, Hong Kong, Sudan,and Tanzania. More Scouts areexpected from Rwanda andother countries.Having scouts from differentcountries, races and languages,gathered for one reason,Scouting, promotes one of main Scout Value of “Oneness.”Is there any other movementthat brings people together likeScouting?
Special Jamboree Edition 2007 
 As we celebrate a Century of Scouting, it is a time for reflection. How has Scoutinghelped you as a person, as aschool or a community?What values have youachieved? How have youcontributed to the wellbeingof your community?
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 We are united in scouting!
Scouting is service toself and others
Mr. Kanyingi Kagucia is in charge of protocol. He welcomes everyone whocomes for the Jamboree.
Did you get previous issues of Scouts Voice newspapers? If you didn’t getyour copy from your Scout leader
CHIEF COMMISSIONER, Kalonzo Musioka looking at thefirst Nairobi Jamboree special edition at the Press Centreat Rowallan Camp. The Centre is manned by a team ofconsultants from Straight Talk Foundation, Kampala.
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What are your plans for the next Century? Plan now to pass on the good valuesof Scouting to the next generation. In this issueread about what other scouts plan for the new Century and how to keepthe Scouting fire burning.
 
Jam boree t heme
One  WorldOne Promise
 The theme relects  y oungpeople ’s  w ill to  w ortogether to  build a societ y  based onsolidarit y . Be y ondcultureandreligion, originand gender dierences is auni versal promise tocreating a  better  w orld.
 We are united in scouting!
 Volume 1, No. 2
Nairobi
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Scouts National Training and Camping Site, Rowallan, Nairobi:
For quality conference facilities, camping ground, wild life, bird watching and leisure parks.For
 
RESERVATIONS: Tel 020-3870794 Fax 020-3873799
SCOUTS VOICE 2006 Special Jamboree 26th July - 4th August
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KenyaScouts Association
Jamboree program
Looking back, focu-ssing on the future
Dear scouts, as you celebrate thecentenary remember the following:
Observe Scout Law and rulesSmoking is prohibitedDo not leave camp sites without permissionYou can make friends but not sexualrelationshipsLeaders should not abandon their teamsBe in the right place at the right timeDo not trespassAlways keep timeKeep your badge and name tag on all the timeDress decentlMaintain cleanlinessBe alert at all times
 
Dos and Don'ts
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his year’s Jamboree is animportant event in the history of Scouting. It is also the beginningof a new Century full of promiseand hope.The celebrations provide anopportunity to reflect upon theselfless spirit, guiding principlesand values that Lord Baden Powelland his wife left to us as Scoutsand the Guides.As we start on the journey into thesecond Century, we should renewour commitment to the ScoutsPromise. The Jamboree theme of “One World, One Promise” clearly captures the meaning and spirit of the Scout Movement.Through the Scouting forSolutions (SfS) project and withfunds from USAID PEPFAR program, PATH has been workingwith Scouts Associations in Kenyaand Uganda to ensure that Scoutleaders are able to transfer toyoung people the values, idealsand principles that the BadenPowell cherished.Also the SfS project and partnersare working to ensure that scoutshave access to information andskills to help them avoid risky behaviours that would exposethem to HIV infection.PATH is proud to join the Scoutsnot only in East Africa but globally in marking this historiccelebrations.
Scout Voice
-Centenary JamboreeSpecial Edition therefore providesan important means throughwhich you will get the latestupdates on current events. Youwill also be able to exchangeinformation various issuesthroughout the Jamboree.Congratulations!!
 Annie Thairu, SFS Director Time/Date
Arrivals &Settling inContingentLeaders meetReharsals foropening ceremony Sub-campactivitiesMusic concertFoodfestivalNite hike/sub-campactivitiesInternationalnightMusicExtravaganzaCulturalnightSub campfiresGrandCampfireDepartureDepartureDepartureActivitiesActivitiesActivitiesActivitiesGamesCompetitionsArenaperformanceOpeningCeremony GamesCompetitionsActivitiesActivitiesOpen publicDay ActivitiesActivitiesClosingCeremony 
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Scouts Voice
Jamboree Edition is produced by Straight Talk Foundation for Kenya Scout Association, P.O. Box 41422, Nairobi Email: scoutsvoice@path-kenya.or.ke. Funded byUSAID-PATH. Editorial Manager: Betty Kagoro, Editor: Edith Kimuli, Chief Designer: MichaelKalanzi, Photographer: Alex Kamweru, Writers: N. Odhiambo, D. Mutava, S.H. Jattani, D.Kariuki, E. Mati, I. Abdi and H. Kimani. Special contribution by Scouts Voice Technical Advisor:Wamalwa Masibo and KSA Communiation Director: Agnes Mwangi
Thu. 26thFri. 27thSat. 28thSun. 29thMon. 30thTue. 31stWed. 1stThu. 2ndFri. 3rdSat. 4thDepartures
 
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Sub-campsExchange/GamesfinalsDeparturePreparing forclosing ceremony 

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