The first of a number of meetings with Malta Volunteers was held in May. The aim is to keep everybody informed of what is going on and to also obtain fresh ideas and news. There was a great turn out of new and old volunteers – the future looks good!!!
Parliamentary Secretary for Youth, Sport and Voluntary Organisations, Hon. Clifton Grima has presented funding to organisations for the implementation of projects granted through the Aġenzija Żgħażagħ A4U. The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Malta, had applied for funding and our project has been awarded, which includes buying of safety equipment to be used during […]
The new National Director, Ms Debbie Vella and Director for Development, Mr Mick Wright attended an Induction Course at Award House in London. The purpose was to bring them up to speed regarding the International Award globally and to establish plans for the Award in Malta. It was a genuinely interesting and useful few days!
Eligible participants can now make use of any camping equipment from a large selection of Adventure Equipment that The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Malta has obtained through VOPs funding. All the required equipment for the Adventurous Journeys is available, including tents, rucksacks, sleeping bags, cooking equipment, maps and much much more. Equipment will […]
In November 2015, as accepted by The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Association International Council, the Czech Republic supported by the Award in Slovakia, successfully bid to host the IGE 2017. The IGE 2017 marks the first time that two countries have worked together to stage the event. The 15th IGE will take place in […]
Thanks to A4U funding from Agenzija Zghazagh, we were able to complete our project to increase the safety of Award participants. The computer tower helps the Award office to run more efficiently. The high-visibility vests and the trackers increase the safety of both the participants as well those supervising them whilst the two way radio […]
Congratulations to Natasha from St Catherine’s and Mark from Baden Powell Scouts on their successful completion of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Leader Course. It was an intense Sunday course that was also observed by two other Trainers, Tania Bezzina and Janie Wright. The feedback provided will help to improve our training in the […]
Today’s situation presented a challenge on how to achieve the Award when the Health authorities are encouraging us to stay at home. So, in line with guidelines from The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation, the Award has been adapted so that youths now have the possibility to do 3 sections of their Award from […]