Pak Hyderi Scouts Association, Pakistan
Aims To Empower The Youth Of The Pakistan
Through Character Building, Leadership Development, And
Fostering A Sense Of Unity, Responsibility, And Patriotism.
Promoting the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, character development, leadership development, citizenship training, personal fitness, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as responsible citizens, and as members of the local, national, and international communities
We Are In A Mission To
Help The Helpness
Pak Hyderi Scouts Pakistan is the Largest Scout Group in Pakistan Governed by the Pak Hyderi Scouts Association, Pakistan. Pak Hyderi Scouts Group was established in 1952 to provide scouting activities amongst the youth of the community, to uplift their abilities and make them useful citizens.
By the grace of Almighty Allah, Pak Hyderi Scouts Group has completed its 70 years of community service. It’s a very long journey and during this passage of time which has gone, cute kids who had joined the group have also matured and attained their youth and have imparted disciplined activities to the next generation.
Various personalities on various occasions’ times have tried to bring perfection to Pak Hyderi Scouts Group by elevating it to the peak of success and have kept the path of the forum open for others to try. Pak Hyderi Scouts Group not only gives scouting training but also tries to help the poor and needy people.
QUAID-E-AZAM’S EVERLASTING MESSAGE
Scouting can play a vital role in forming the character of our youth, promoting their physical, mental, and spiritual development, and making them well-disciplined, useful, and good citizens. We are living in a far-from-perfect world. Despite the progress of civilization, the law of the jungle, unfortunately, still prevails. Might is considered right and the strong do not stop exploiting the weak. Self-advancement, greed, and lust for power sway the conduct of the individuals, as that of nations.
If we are to build a safer, cleaner, and happier world, let us start with the individual, catch him young, and inculcate in him the Scout Motto of Service before self and purity in thought, word, and deed.
If our young people learn to be friends, help other people at all times and subordinate personal interests to the welfare of others, eschew violence of thought, word, and action, I am sanguine that the attainment of universal brotherhood will be possible, and within our reach.
I wish you Godspeed.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah