Scout is an educational, no-political global movement that aims to provide young people such a help that they apply their physical, mental, social, spiritual and emotional abilities to become a better person and responsible citizen and to continue effectively at the local, national and international level.
In 1907 Low Baden Powell started Scouting from an island and today it has become a global movement for a hundred years. More than 40 million people in more than 162 countries are affiliated with the scout movement. Whether it is industrialized Europe or the United States or the Third World, recognizing the importance of scout movement, it is being promoted everywhere at the official level. The first person to step on the moon, Neil Arm Strong was also a scout who carried with him the world brotherhood badge.
SCOUTING IN PAKISTAN
Scouting started in Pakistan when Pakistan came into being. On August 14, 1947, the Muslim Scouts of undivided India in France hoisted the flag of Pakistan. So the Scouts also have the honor of being Pakistan’s first ambassador to the country. Pakistan Boy Scouts Association is a scouting organization in Pakistan. All the Scouts of the country and their groups and the responsible of district and provincial organizations are attached with Pakistan Boy Scouts Association. The Chief Scouts of Pakistan Boy Scouts Association is the President of Pakistan. Moreover, In Pakistan, Scouts have a constitutional and legal protection under the Co-Ordinance number 1959, XLIII.
AIM SCOUTS GROUP
Aim Scouts Group is a registered group affiliated with Sindh Boy Scout Association. It is a non-political and educational group playing a leading role in promoting scouting outside Karachi and Karachi under the supervision of Chairman Aim Scouts Group, Honorable prof. Dr. Muhammad Maqsood Ilahi. Aim Scouts Group has played an important role to nourish hundreds of children Physically, Spiritually, Mentally, Socially and emotionally with the help of experienced Scout Leaders, well designed courses and various beneficial activities.