Scouting Through History

Eighteenth World Jamboree - 1995

The Eighteenth World Jamboree.

Dronten, Holland, 1995. The second World Jamboree in the Netherlands. 28,960 participants from 166 countries. 75,000 visitors. "Operation Flevoland" help finance the participation of Scouts from poor countries. Most popular activities: Global Development Villages and World Scout Centre. International Youth Forum with the participation of Mr. Boutros-Ghali, United Nations Secretary General. A big naval pageant with over 250 ships. Theme: "Future is Now". Holland's Scouting Groups hosts the Jamboree Participants for one day.

Contributed by: Carlos Rodriguez, Wood Badge Scouter, Venezuela

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