Scouting in Moldova
Organizatia Nationala A Scoutilor Din Moldova
The National Organization of the Scouts of Moldova

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The European Scout Office reports:

"On 18 April, the number of national member organizations of the World Organization rose to 144 when it welcomed in 3 new member countries: Armenia, Moldova and Tajikistan…."

"Scouting started in Moldova in 1991 but the deadly conflicts of 1992-1993 greatly slowed its development. In 1994, a national Scout organization was formed, and officially registered under the name Organizatia Nationala A Scoutilor Din Moldova (The National Organization of the Scouts of Moldova). At present, the National Scout Organization of Moldova includes 1,540 members, boys and girls, in 39 groups throughout the country."

Reprinted from Eurofax 56, May,1997. Eurofax is the monthly newsletter of the European Region of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM). It is produced by the European Scout Office and is distributed by fax to all member associations in the European Scout Region and the Europe Region WAGGGS, and others.

A Chronicle of Scouting in Eastern Europe

With the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe and Russia, Scouting has returned to many lands where it had previously taken root. These pages chronicle the return of former members and the addition of new members to the World Organization of the Scout Movement. They also report the growth of Scouting in the other nations of Eastern Europe.

Scouting organizations around the world are assisting in the growth of Scouting in both Eastern Europe and Russia. They have been identified by country where information is available.

Currently, the "Chronicle" reports on the progress of Scouting in 19 countries in Central and Eastern Europe. The Chronicle Home Page provides links to each.

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