Prem Rawat and Scouts Association Malaysia recently signed a historic agreement to bring the peace education program to young people across the country.
KUALA LUMPUR, October 6, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Scouts Association of Malaysia recently signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding with The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) to offer the Peace Education Program to young people across the country.
The Memorandum of Understanding, which was signed by the National Scout Leader, Major General Prof. Dato’ Dr. Haji Mohd Zin bin Bidinand founder of the peace education program, Prem Rawat, should pave the way for the first group of scouts who will soon begin the program. The Boy Scouts Association is the largest youth organization in Malaysia and agreed to work with TPRF to help make the innovative video workshop series available to Scouting communities in schools across the country.
With At Prem Rawat insightful video presentations and other dynamic activities, the Peace Education Program helps participants discover their own inner strength and personal peace. More than 300,000 people have already taken part in the program in 80 countries, with to research showing a wide range of benefits for young people, including increased resilience, self-awareness, hope and appreciation for life.
The Peace Education Program complements Scouting’s purpose of supporting peaceful actions for the good of humanity.
“The peace education curriculum is increasingly relevant as it provides a window of hope and highlights progressive initiatives to create social conditions conducive to peace, minimize trigger points of conflict and share guidelines for reducing strife and strife,” the National Scout Leader said after the signing. .
“On behalf of the foundation, I look forward to having this understanding and… being able to share the resources to make the Prem Rawat Foundation stronger and the Scouts of Malaysia stronger, so that more people can benefit from the peace education programme,” said Prem Rawat.
The collaboration between Scouts Malaysia and the Prem Rawat Foundation goes back a long way, since Prem Rawat and Scoutmaster Allayarham Tan Sri Dr. Hj. Shafie Mohd Salleh signed on 2014 “Commitment to Peace” help young people do more to create a peaceful world. At this moment Prem Rawat received the Scout Friendship Award.
For more than 50 years, Prem Rawat has spoken to hundreds of millions of people in over 100 countries to help people from all walks of life discover personal peace. Prem Rawat is the New York Times best-selling author of “Listen to Yourself: How to Find Peace in a Loud World”.
Creation of Rawat The Prem Rawat Foundation in 2001 with a mission to meet basic human needs for food, water and the often overlooked need for peace.
He also created the Peace Education Program, made freely available by TPRF and taught everywhere, from high schools and universities to prisons; in countries ravaged by war; at veterans centers and hospitals in more than 80 countries and 40 languages. The program has reached 300,000 people from all walks of life, including those marginalized by society and conflict, and inspires participants to experience true personal peace.
At Prem Rawat prime food for people programs in India, Nepal and Ghana have transformed entire communities.
He received numerous honors and awards, including the BrandLaureate International Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award, becoming the fourth recipient of the award (along with previous winners including Nelson Mandela and Steve Jobs). Rawat is also a driver, inventor, photographer, classic car restorer, husband, father of four and grandfather of four grandchildren.
Scout Association of Malaysia (SAM) is a Malaysian branch of a global organization known as the World Organization of the Scout Movement (“WOSM”), whose common goals are to promote unity and peace from a personal perspective, social and environmental.
The objective is to contribute to the development of young people in realizing their full physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual potential as individuals, responsible citizens and members of their local, national and international communities.
The Scout Movement is based on the following principles: Duty to God; Duty to others; and duty to oneself.
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