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Boys' Brigade Asia - The Formation

The Formation

Purpose
BB Asia has been formed out of a desire to maintain the unity, purpose and specific character of The Boys’ Brigade everywhere. It came into being to give The Boys’ Brigade an international organisation which would advance its growth, interest and cause.

Objects
The objects of BB Asia are:

  • to promote the development and extension of The Boys' Brigade to new fields and territories.
  • to strengthen the work of The Boys' Brigade internationally and within each member country
  • to help its members to develop and adapt their respective programmes to the needs arising out of the conditions in which young people live and work
  • to develop sympathy, understanding, and cooperation among all its members.

 

Membership
As at 2013, BB Asia membership consist nine countries namely, Brunei, Cambodia Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand

The BB Asia Logo
On 13 November 2006 the BB Asia logo was approved and accepted by the 4th General Council Meeting at Chefoo Methodist Centre, Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.

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About Us

On 7 May 2002 , at the East Asia Regional Fellowship meeting held in Bangkok , Thailand , the idea of BB Asia was first mooted and a Pro-tem Committee formed under the chairmanship of Mr Michael Moorthy, the Brigade President of BB Malaysia. The paper entitled 'Extending The Boys' Brigade', proposing the new international confederation came from Mr Lim K Tham of BB Singapore.

BB Asia was officially inaugurated on 26 July 2003 in Johor Baru when BB representatives from Hong Kong , Indonesia , Malaysia , Singapore and Thailand signed a memorandum of agreement giving birth to the regional association.

Contact Information

  • Address: 5,Jalan Anak Gasing 6/5, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
  • Tel: +6016-202 7784
  • Fax: +603-7784 4323
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  • Website: http://www.bbasia.org
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