SCOT Members Honoured For Their Contributions

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

The Society for Community Outreach and Training (SCOT) yesterday honoured several members for their contributions to the non-government organisations, in conjunction with the society’s third Annual General Meeting 2016 at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports.

SCOT Treasurer Amal Nisyyah Hj Abd Mulok received this year’s Honorary SCOT Award 2016.

The Honorary SCOT Award is awarded to an outstanding member as acknowledgement and appreciation for their significant contribution towards the development and progress of the organisation.

Meanwhile, four SCOT members also received certificates of aspiration which are presented to members who have shown continuous improvement both in personal development and leadership initiatives.

The four members were Siti Noraspadiyah Hj Md Sah, Md Hazimi Hj Jaidi, Noor Faezatul Iradah Mohd Ali and Muhammad Nur Isman Abu Bakar.

Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports Yang Berhormat Pehin Datu Lailaraja Major General (Rtd) Dato Paduka Seri Hj Awg Halbi Hj Mohd Yusof presented the award and certificates to the recipients.

In his welcoming remarks, SCOT Chairman Anwar Mohammad said that SCOT has seen significant developments on project opportunities carried out by the team throughout the year.

“The year 2016 symbolises a special year for us in SCOT,” he said.

“The organisation was awarded with the ‘ASEAN Ten Accomplished Youth Organisation Award’ in Siem Reap, Cambodia, while (SCOT’s Green Exchange Project was awarded) the Outstanding Project for Youth Association Award during the 11th National Youth Day celebration by His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam,” he said.

The event also saw a presentation on projects and accomplishments by SCOT since its inception.

This included the SCOT Education Project which carries the theme of “Fight Poverty Through Education”.

The Brunei Times

 


Source: Brunei Times

Author: Amanda Yap

Published Date: November 6th, 2016

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