Welcome to Kenya Scouts

Scouting is a voluntary, educational, non political Movement for young people open to all – boys and girls without distinction of origin, race, gender, and creed or ethnic/tribal background in accordance with the Purpose, Principles and Methods as conceived by the Founder, Lord Baden Powell.
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Vision and Mission

Vision:

Creating a better world.

Mission:

Educating young people to play a constructive role in society.

Creating a Better World

The Government of Kenya developed a National Environment Action Plan (NEAP) in 1994 in response to Agenda 21 of the Rio Conference of 1992 that led to the enactment of the Environmental Management and Coordination Act (EMCA 1999). The EMCA created various institutions for the general management of the environment in Kenya.
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Our Principles

The fundamental laws and beliefs which must be observed when achieving the purpose are based on:

(a) Duty to God

(b) Duty to others

(c) Duty to oneself

(d) Adherence to Promise and Law


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Purpose

The Purpose of Scouting is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social, spiritual, emotional and character potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.

Promise and Law

It is important that Scouts clearly understand the meanings of the Promise and Law and are prepared to accept them because they cannot become members of the movement otherwise.

Every activity undertaken the Scouts must be with the promise and Law at the back of their minds. This will make them understand their meanings and make a commitment to live by them.


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Welcome to Kenya Scouts

Scouting is a voluntary, educational, non political Movement for young people open to all – boys and girls without distinction of origin, race, gender, and creed or ethnic/tribal background in accordance with the Purpose, Principles and Methods as conceived by the Founder, Lord Baden Powell. Scouting in Kenya started on 24th November 1910 with the formation of the first Nairobi troop at St. John’s Church (C.M.S.) Pumwani. In 1921, the first Nakuru Troop was formed and in 1925 the first Eldoret troop was registered. The first Kijabe (Kenton College) troop was registered in 1926. During this time, the troops formed were mainly composed of Europeans and Asians. The first African troop was formed at Alliance Boys High School under the name “First Kikuyu Troup” in 1927

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