Scouting in Sri Lanka The ‘Boy Scout Core’ was started in Sri Lanka, 1912 with the only purpose of ‘putting the boy's "spare time" to better use’ at Christ Church Missionary School Matale (100km North East of Colombo) by an English engineer, F.G. Stevens. Sri Lanka became a member of the World Scout Movement with just twenty scouts.
In 1921 of Lord Baden Powell - the founder of the Boy Scout and Girl Guide movements - and Lady Olave Baden-Powell, the World Chief Guide. were rejuvenated by the visit to Sri Lanka.
With over 47,000 girls and boys, the Girl Guide and the Boy Scout associations have become the most popular youth movements in Sri Lanka. The Sri Lanka Scout Association (SLSA) with over 24,000 boy scouts have active companies all over the country including Mulaitivu, Vavuniya, Jaffna and other conflict areas. Already started ‘scouting’ in estate schools and international schools also.
On my honor I promise to do my best, To do my duty to my religion and country, To help other people at all times, To obey the Scout Law.
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