Lomahasha Scouts Lead the Way in Community Engagement

The Lumbombo Region (District) is taking a lead in Community Engagement Programs. The Scouts under Lomahasha Area are currently involved in a series community project which has led into opening of an Area operational Office in Lomahasha.
The Lomahasha Scouts are conducting periodic visits to churches around the area to sensitize the community about the Scout Program. They have also involved in the Chiefdom Royal Kraal and the Tradional Leaders of the Lomahasha Community has allocated scouts a piece land to be used as camping ground and meeting place for scouts in the Lubombo Region.

Leading this initiative is the Lubombo Scout Deputy Regional Commissioner, Mr Vusi Mandlenkosi Kuphala.

Scouts in other part of the country are encouraged to initiate community projects.

The Association request for financial support towards this initiative which will benefit the young people in the community. Those willing to support this project can contact the National Executive Commissioner at +268 76036104 email: nationaloffice@swaziscouts.org

One can also contact the Lubombo Scout Regional Commissioner at +268 76715310 or The Deputy Regional Commissioner at +268 78163080



Eswatini Scouts National Head Office Opens in Mbabane


The Emavulandlela Swaziland Scout Association has opened its operational offices in Mbabane. The Office is located along the Livulandlela Road next to St Marks Primary School at the Scout.
The Association is currently app20190107_095815[1]ealing for funding to do major renovations to upgrade the recently opened office into international standard.

For information, kindly contact the National Executive Commissioner at +267 76036104 or email nationaloffice@swaziscourts.org

Successful Induction of ESSA Interim Commissioners

IMG-20190127-WA0005[1]The Emavulandlela Swaziland Scout Association successfully conducted an Induction Training for the newly appointed Interim Commissioner’s Council in December 2018IMG-20190127-WA0005[1]
The historic exercise which was held in Mbabane at the Scout Hall, was attended by over 20 participants. Facilitating in the training were experienced Leader Trainer from National Scout Association and the Director for the training was Mr Rodgers Lukhele, a seasoned trainer and former member of the Africa Scout Committee.

Participants were inducted on ESSA Strategic Plan and priorities for the year 2019 will include the following Areas:
1. Youth Program
2. Adults in Scouting
3. Youth Engagement
4. Events
5. Community Development
6. Communications
7. Environmental Programs
8. Gender and Women Empowerment
9. Partnerships
10. Scouts Solar Program

The Interim National Chairperson, Princess Dzelisa, was also present to share word of wisdom with the uniformed section of the NSO and challenged them work hard in order to achieve their assignment.