| Ishan Ibrahim |
THE camping programme ‘Zero to Hero 4’ themed ‘Bekarih, Bejairh, Belurih 2.0’ held recently at the camping ground of Berakas Forest Recreational Park proved to be a worthwhile event for the youth participants.
The Multaqa Youth ‘Zero to Hero 4’ programme was organised by the Syababul Iman Youth Group of the Sultan Sharif Ali Mosque in Kampong Sengkurong.
The event was officiated by the guest of honour, Acting Assistant Director of Mosque Affairs Pengiran Haji Haslin bin Pengiran Haji Ali.
According to Syababul Iman, the programme incorporated several activities designed especially for youth. It was aimed at enhancing and preparing them physically and mentally to face diverse challenges in this era of globalisation with the main focal points in religious and general education issues.
It was hoped that the programme will encourage youth to be more responsible, caring and loyal to the monarch, nation and religion, with the concept of Malay Islamic Monarchy (MIB) infused into their thought and action in line with the Islamic community of Brunei Darussalam.
The camping programme encompassed several key activities such as leadership sessions, teamwork, effective communication, Ukhuwwah, Explorace adventure, lectures, a forum and many others.
These activities have objectives of generating critical and creative thinking, and the self-discipline needed to manage obstacles in daily life and the motivation to be a better person.
Life’s essentials such as the spirit of cooperation and friendship, and a humane characteristic were also important components of the programme.
A welcoming speech was made by Mohd Najib Min Fadhlillah bin Haij Abdul Majid, followed by the guest of honour addressing the participants.
A Doa Selamat was read by Mohd Nabeel Min Fadhlillah bin Haji Abdul Majid.
The camping programme was sponsored by Yayasan Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah.