Over 220 Saudi Lady Scouts Assist Hajj Travelers at Sacred Locations in Makkah and Madinah

Over 220 Saudi Lady Scouts Assist Hajj Travelers at Sacred Locations in Makkah and Madinah

More than 220 members of the Saudi Girl Scout Committee have been recruited by the Saudi Arabian Boy Scouts Association to help pilgrims during this year’s Hajj season.

This program is a component of the association’s public service camps that are held in Makkah, Madinah, and other sacred locations.

The association’s deputy chairman, Abdulrahman Al-Mudaires, underlined the organization’s dedication to raising girl scout enrollment in these types of camps.

He declared, “The goal is to empower young girls, channel their energies and abilities, and increase their volunteer opportunities.”

Saudi females’ involvement in the country’s growth has been increasing throughout time, and today’s young women are essential in a number of fields, such as community service and volunteer work. According to Al-Mudaires, this program is a step toward guaranteeing equal opportunity for young men and women in Saudi society.

Princess Sama bint Faisal bin Abdullah, the chairwoman of the Saudi female Scout Committee, is commended for her efforts, and Al-Mudaires stressed the vital role that female scouts play in the advancement and development of the nation.

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