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[[Image:Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá membership badge.png|thumb|140px|Membership badge of the Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá]]
 
[[Image:Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá membership badge.png|thumb|140px|Membership badge of the Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá]]
  
[[Panama]] has 1,854 Scouts served by the '''Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá''', which was founded in [[1924]] and accepted into the [[World Organization of the Scout Movement]] that same year. Recognition was withdrawn in 1936. Panama regained its WOSM membership in [[1950]]. Panamanian Scouting is coeducational, serving both boys and girls.
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Panama has 1,854 Scouts served by the '''Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá''', which was founded in [[1924]] and accepted into the [[World Organization of the Scout Movement]] that same year. Recognition was withdrawn in 1936. Panama regained its WOSM membership in [[1950]]. Panamanian Scouting is coeducational, serving both boys and girls.
  
 
Scouts are involved in community service projects in an effort to make the world in which its members live a better one. Service to the community includes disaster relief, conservation of natural resources and collecting toys and games for poor children.
 
Scouts are involved in community service projects in an effort to make the world in which its members live a better one. Service to the community includes disaster relief, conservation of natural resources and collecting toys and games for poor children.
  
==Program==
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== Program ==
 
[[Image:-PanamaScoutUrraca.jpg|thumb|''Scout Urracá'' badge]]
 
[[Image:-PanamaScoutUrraca.jpg|thumb|''Scout Urracá'' badge]]
 
*Cubs-ages 6.5 to 10
 
*Cubs-ages 6.5 to 10
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*Rovers-15 to 20
 
*Rovers-15 to 20
  
The highest rank is the ''Scout Urracá'', after an indigenous Panamanian [[cacique]] who fought against the Spanish [[conquistador]]s.
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The highest rank is the ''Scout Urracá'', after an indigenous Panamanian cacique who fought against the Spanish conquistadors.
  
===[[Scout Motto]]===
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=== [[Scout Motto]] ===
  
 
''Siempre listo para servir'', ''Always ready to serve''.
 
''Siempre listo para servir'', ''Always ready to serve''.
  
===[[Scout Oath]]===
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=== [[Scout Oath]] ===
  
 
Por mi honor prometo hacer todo cuanto de mi dependa para cumplir mis deberes para con Dios y la patria hacer una buena accion a alguien cada dia y cumplir fiel mente la Ley Scout.
 
Por mi honor prometo hacer todo cuanto de mi dependa para cumplir mis deberes para con Dios y la patria hacer una buena accion a alguien cada dia y cumplir fiel mente la Ley Scout.
  
===[[Scout Law]]===
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=== [[Scout Law]] ===
 
*El Scout cifra su honor en ser digno de comfianza
 
*El Scout cifra su honor en ser digno de comfianza
 
*El Scout es leal para con Dios su patria, sus padres, jefes y subordinados
 
*El Scout es leal para con Dios su patria, sus padres, jefes y subordinados
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*El Scout es limpio y sano, puro en sus pensamientos, palbras y acciones
 
*El Scout es limpio y sano, puro en sus pensamientos, palbras y acciones
  
== International Scouting units in Panama==
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== International Scouting units in Panama ==
 
[[Image:CanalZone.jpg|thumb|[[Boy Scouts of the Panama Canal Zone]]]]
 
[[Image:CanalZone.jpg|thumb|[[Boy Scouts of the Panama Canal Zone]]]]
  
In addition, there were American Boy Scouts in Panama, linked to the [[Direct Service]] branch of the [[Boy Scouts of America]], which supports units around the world, through at least 1987. Also, in the 1950s and 1960s were the 900 member [[Boy Scouts of the Panama Canal Zone]], directly registered to the World Bureau.
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In addition, there were American Boy Scouts in Panama, linked to the Direct Service branch of the [[Boy Scouts of America]], which supports units around the world, through at least 1987. Also, in the 1950s and 1960s were the 900 member [[Boy Scouts of the Panama Canal Zone]], directly registered to the World Bureau.
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== See also ==
  
==See also==
 
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* [[Asociación de Muchachas Guías de Panamá]]
 
* [[Asociación de Muchachas Guías de Panamá]]
  
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{{InteramericanScout}}
 
{{InteramericanScout}}
  
 
[[Category:WOSM member organizations|Asociacion Nacional de Scouts de Panamá]]
 
[[Category:WOSM member organizations|Asociacion Nacional de Scouts de Panamá]]
[[Category:1924 establishments|Asociacion Nacional de Scouts de Panama]]
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[[Category:Scouting and Guiding in Panama|Asociacion Nacional de Scouts de Panama]]
[[Category:Scouting in Panama|Asociacion Nacional de Scouts de Panama]]
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Latest revision as of 18:50, 5 January 2010

File:Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá membership badge.png
Membership badge of the Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá

Panama has 1,854 Scouts served by the Asociación Nacional de Scouts de Panamá, which was founded in 1924 and accepted into the World Organization of the Scout Movement that same year. Recognition was withdrawn in 1936. Panama regained its WOSM membership in 1950. Panamanian Scouting is coeducational, serving both boys and girls.

Scouts are involved in community service projects in an effort to make the world in which its members live a better one. Service to the community includes disaster relief, conservation of natural resources and collecting toys and games for poor children.

Program

File:-PanamaScoutUrraca.jpg
Scout Urracá badge
  • Cubs-ages 6.5 to 10
  • Scouts-ages 10.5 to 16.5
  • Rovers-15 to 20

The highest rank is the Scout Urracá, after an indigenous Panamanian cacique who fought against the Spanish conquistadors.

Scout Motto

Siempre listo para servir, Always ready to serve.

Scout Oath

Por mi honor prometo hacer todo cuanto de mi dependa para cumplir mis deberes para con Dios y la patria hacer una buena accion a alguien cada dia y cumplir fiel mente la Ley Scout.

Scout Law

  • El Scout cifra su honor en ser digno de comfianza
  • El Scout es leal para con Dios su patria, sus padres, jefes y subordinados
  • El Scout es util y ayuda a los demas sin pensar en recompensa
  • El Scout es amigo de todos y hermano de todo Scout sin distincion de credo, raza, nacionalidad o clase social
  • El Scout es cortes y caballeroso
  • El Scout ve enla naturaleza la obra de Dios, proteje a los animales y plantas
  • El Scout obedece sin replicar y hace las cosas en orden y completas
  • El Scout sonrie y canta en sus difcultades
  • El Scout es economico, trabajador y cuidadoso del bien ajeno
  • El Scout es limpio y sano, puro en sus pensamientos, palbras y acciones

International Scouting units in Panama

In addition, there were American Boy Scouts in Panama, linked to the Direct Service branch of the Boy Scouts of America, which supports units around the world, through at least 1987. Also, in the 1950s and 1960s were the 900 member Boy Scouts of the Panama Canal Zone, directly registered to the World Bureau.

See also

Members of the Interamerican Scout Region

Full members: Argentina | Bahamas | Barbados | Belize | Bolivia | Brazil | Canada | Chile | Colombia | Costa Rica | Dominica | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | El Salvador | Grenada | Guatemala | Guyana | Haiti | Honduras | Jamaica | Mexico | Nicaragua | Panama | Paraguay | Peru | Saint Lucia | Saint Vincent and the Grenadines | Suriname | Trinidad and Tobago | United States | Uruguay | Venezuela
Associate members: Aruba | Netherlands Antilles
Countries without Scouting: Cuba