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JISC Postponed to Mid of The Year 2020

We regret to inform you that we have to postpone our 1st international camp for Rovers and Senior Rovers in Yogyakarta: the Jogja International Scout Camp (JISC) scheduled to be held on 3-8 September 2018, (has been cancelled) to mid of the year 2020 due to volcanic activity escalation of Mount Merapi (2,930 meters above…

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The Mascot of JISC 2018

The mascot of Jogja International Scout Camp 2018 that are two important figures in Ramayana story. Rama and his wife shinta. As a jisc 2018 mascot, Rama and Shinta wear full scout clothes. King Rama brought an arrow bow while Shinta brought a scarf tied around her waist. The meaning of the mascot : Two…

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Condition of Merapi Eruption in Yogyakarta Region

Merapi eruption that occurred on Friday 11/05/2018 was not followed by any subsequent eruptions. Nationak Disaster Relief Body stated that this phreatic eruption do not pose any danger to presidential areas and this incident did not cause casualties. Yogyakarta Regional Volcanology Observer Service has made sure that the condition of Mount Merapi is now safe,…

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Jogja International Scout Camp 2018

Jogja International Scout camp 2018 is the first international Rovers and senior Rovers that will be held in Rama Shinta camp ground. Which is one of the beautiful camp ground in Jogjakarta, Indonesia. Many scouting events was held in this camp ground because of it’s culture value. It has wonderful scenery with the background of…

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Basic Information of Jogja International Scout Camp 2018

The framework of Jogja International Scout Camp (JISC) is to improve the quality of Scouting in the middle of community, also keep environment in stabilize or equality. This event aims is to provide an experiential learning process to create mutual understanding and mutual benefit with cultural exchange activities from across regions and countries as framed…

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