Trek! Trek! Trek!
Special and well designed by @raleigh international to help youth on the following aspects;
i) Discovering best hidden super qualities of a person such as confidence and high level of resilience through pushing them from Comfortable zone into a stretching zone!
ii) Developing leadership skills through a day leader role whereby every venture get an opportunity to lead.
iii) Culture diversity and Inclusion. This is one of the big learning since venture trekking are from different origin countries such as Tanzania, France, Bermuda, England, Australia, China, USA, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Scotland etc. with different culture origin. And all these ventures live together with peace and harmony through learning each other background with respect and giving value to one another.
iv) Gaining of new experience such as sleeping in tents, eating different type of food, and so forth.
v) Trek also derives more understanding of SDG's goals such as understanding of poverty and bringing sense of obligation to help one another. Also understanding life on land which includes flora and fauna knowledge through the knowledge shared by the Guide and through observation.
vi) Team work and more of other management skills are part of the essentials gained through trekking as ventures participating have different attitudes, abilities and other personal attributes.
vii) Global partnership is enabled through this program as people makes life-time bound of friendship which can lead to more business ventures and other future unions that can help to combat other community challenges around the world.
viii) Map reading, planning, role allocations, and delegation of power are as well part of great awesomeness of trek program.
ix) Knowledge shared by trek guide gives more understanding of the climate change and how youth can be part of environment conservation.
x) Last but not least, through crossing different places and helping community on small social needs it gives the sense of achievement and creates more active citizen across the globe from that point of view.
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