The Kenya scouts movement mission is ‘Educating young people to play a constructive role in Society’.
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.
Our Scouts movement has tremendously grown to a large membership between the ages of six and thirteen years. The Scouts are grouped according to age e.gSungura (6-14 yrs), Chipukizi (10-13 yrs), Mwamba (14-18 yrs)
Scouts are expected to be disciplined and alert among other moral standards of living. For one to be a member, they have to register with the patron early in the year at a small fee which will earn them a scout’s ID card. This card is renewable each year at the same cost. Each year, scouts worldwide commemorate the Founder’s Day in February which marks the birth of Lord Baden Powell who founded the movement. In line with this, our scouts join other scouts worldwide in celebrating the same through trips to various destinations. Our scouts are rated highly in disciplined, most exposed, learned and widely traveled. Have you ever seen us matching along? You will certainly enjoy the spectacle!
On my honour, I promise that
I will do my best
To do my duty
To God and to my country
To help other people at all times
And to obey the scout laws
This award scheme challenges its members to ‘develop and deliver quality experiential activities that impart positive life skills and ethical values to young people to make a difference for themselves, their communities, country and the world.
This club was introduced in our school in 2010. Since then it has been very educative and actively involved in many activities. It’s a very involving club and the award scheme is very well recognized. Last year,2017, the senior club members attained the Gold award which was presented by the president.
Our school encourages the students to join this club which trains them on disaster preparedness, firefighting and first aid. It helps the students on skills they need to help friends, family members and strangers. They are also well equipped on first aid skills. The St. John’s Ambulance mission is to provide the highest standards of emergency healthcare, first aid training and community care.
This club trains students on handling emergencies. They receive basic training of first aid, hunger and food security management, disaster management etc.
Our mission as young professionals in a premier voluntary service organization is to establish, sustain community service projects as well as cultivating and enhancement of leadership skills of our members.
To remain the leading Rotaract Club in Kenya and beyond; where dynamic members develop professional and leadership skills bringing great benefit to our communities while enjoying fellowship through service.
Rotary International Four Way Test is the guiding principle of the Rotaract Club of Nairobi Central.
The Four Way Test of the Things we Think, Say or Do:
⦿Is it the Truth?
⦿Is it Fair to all concerned?
⦿Will it build Good Willand Better Friendships?
⦿Is it Beneficial to all Concerned?