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Liga dos Escuteiros de Moçambique

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Membership badge of the Liga dos Escuteiros de Moçambique


The Liga dos Escuteiros de Moçambique (LEMo), the national Scouting organization of Mozambique, was founded in 1960, and became a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1999. The coeducational Liga dos Escuteiros de Moçambique has 28,898 members as of 2004.

Mozambique hosted the 5th African Jamboree in 2006, (which had been postponed more than once), and was espected to host the cancelled World Scout Moot in 2008. The association is a member of the Comunidade do Escutismo Lusófono (Community of Lusophone Scouting).

The Mozambique Chief Scout is from Poland, and the Liga dos Escuteiros de Moçambique uniform is similar to the Polish uniform, despite the climate differences. Note even the similarities between the Mozambican Scout emblem and the Polish Scout lilijka.

Scouts have participated in several world wide events. Scouting is most active in the major cities.

Program

Program sections

The association is divided in four sections corresponding to age:[1]

Scout Motto

Alerta, Prepared.[2]

Scout Oath

Prometo, pela minha honra e com a graça de Deus fazer todo o possível por:
Cumprir os meus deveres para com a Igreja e a Pátria;
auxiliar os meus semelhantes em todas as circunstâncias;
obedecer á lei do Escuta.[3]

On my honor and with the grace of God, I promise to do my best
to fulfill my duties against my church and my country,
to help my next in all circumstances,
and to live according to the Scout Law.

Scout Law

  • A honra do Escuta inspira confiança.
    A Scout's honor is to be trusted.
  • O Escuta é leal.
    A Scout is loyal.
  • O Escuta é útil e pratica diariamente uma boa acção.
    A Scout is useful and practises a good deed daily.
  • O Escuta é amigo de todos e irmão de todos os outros escutas.
    A Scout is a friend to everybody and a brother to other Scouts.
  • O Escuta é delicado e respeitador.
    A Scout is sensitive and respectful.
  • O Escuta protege as plantas e os animais.
    A Scout protects the plants and animals.
  • O Escuta é obediente.
    A Scout is obedient.
  • O Escuta tem sempre boa disposição de espírito.
    A Scout is always of good humor.
  • O Escuta é sóbrio, económico e respeitador do bem alheio.
    A Scout is thrifty and respects the possessions of others.
  • O Escuta é puro nos pensamentos, nas palavras e nas acções.
    A Scout is pure in thoughts, words and deeds.[4]

References

External links

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