SCOT presents Honorary Award at AGM

SCOT presents Honorary Award at AGM

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Minister of Culture, Youth & Sports YB Pehin Major General (Rtd) Dato Hj Awg Halbi (L) presents a the Certificate of Aspiration to SCOT member Siti Noor Aqeelah Ahmad Sanusi. BT/Zaim Kasmat

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Minister of Culture, Youth & Sports YB Pehin Major General (Rtd) Dato Hj Awg Halbi (L) at the SCOT Annual General Meeting.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

THE Society for Community Outreach and Training (SCOT) awarded two members for their contributions to the non-governmental organisation.

SCOT Vice-president Nurul Wadaah Md Noor received the Honourary SCOT Award 2015, while SCOT member Siti Noor Aqeelah Ahmad Sanusi received the SCOT Certificate of Aspiration during the NGO’s second annual general meeting yesterday.

The Honourary SCOT Award is presented in recognition of a member’s contributions towards the organisation’s development and progress, the NGO said in a statement.

It added that honourary award recipient must hav excellent leadership skills and is a team-player.

Meanwhile, the SCOT Certificate of Aspiration is awarded to a member who has shown improvements in personal development and leadership initiatives.

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 awards to the recipients at the ministry.

During the meeting, Mohammad Hazimi Hj Jaidi was elected the new president of SCOT.

Nurul Wadaah and Amal Nazirah Hj Abdul Mulok were re-elected as SCOT vice-president and secretary-general respectively.

Earlier, Acting Chairman of SCOT Khairul Azmi Hj Salleh said 2015 has been a “special year” for SCOT, as the organisation not only witnessed developments on project opportunities throughout the year, but also received the Youth Association Award from His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam during the National Youth Day celebration in September.

SCOT was established in 2011 to alleviate poverty in Brunei.

 

 

 


Source: The Brunei Times

Author: Amanda Yap

Published Date: Sunday, December 13th, 2015

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