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On 20th November of 2011, the girl guides of Madhrasathul Ifthithaah took part in a three day camp inside the school premises. The aim of this camp was to prepare the guides for the national petrol leaders training camp.
The participants of this camp were grouped into seven patrols. General duties on the camp such as preparing meals, washing dishes and cleaning toilets were assigned to these patrols.

Each patrol pitched up their tents in the first day, though most of them needed patch up through and through especially after heavy rain in the evening. Several gadgets were also hand made by the girls and it enabled them to make the best use of their small tent space.

In the three-day period, a total of three learning sessions were organized and carried out by MNDF (Northern Regional Headquarters), Naifaru Police and Lh. Atoll Hospital. These sessions include a First Aid class, a Fire Safety class and a class of Life Saving Skills.

The tenderfoot girl guides were enrolled in a special ceremony on the second day. The second class guides were also awarded in this ceremony. The chief guest of the ceremony was Seema Ali / Narugisvaadhee. This day ended with a late night campfire with the guides sharing their experience with the company, and entertaining activities such as singing and dancing.

Outdoor cooking was the main event in the last day. The dishes were judged and the best selection was announced.

The camp came to an end after a memorable closing ceremony.  The best camper, best petrol and certain other titles were honored. According to the girls, it was a truly remarkable experience for all of them.

-Fathimath Ar0ofa-

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