Maharani Camp Equips Young Girls with Skills to Take on the World

Maharani Camp Equips Young Girls with Skills to Take on the World

RYTHM Foundation successfully completed another impactful Maharani Camp, this time, at Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor. The three-day programme, from the 6th to 8th September, was the second installment of the three-phase RYTHM Foundation’s annual camp series.

This camp was organised with four objectives; to expose students to real life challenging environment, teach them basic survival skills, instill knowledge of personal safety and the importance of teamwork. Among the activities of the camp were camping, night walk, obstacle run, explore-race, cooking competition, and a talent show.

 

This camp was organised with four objectives; to expose students to real life challenging environment, teach them basic survival skills, instill knowledge of personal safety and the importance of teamwork. Among the activities of the camp were camping, night walk, obstacle run, explore-race, cooking competition, and a talent show.

Ms Radha, the camp commandant was very impressed with the involvement of the girls in the camp. “Even though the activities were quite challenging, especially with the bad weather that we experienced, all of our participants were steadfast in their spirit to never give up. They remained fully engaged throughout the camp.” 

Ms Barathy, the Project Manager of our Maharani Learning Lab said the camp was organised successfully thanks to the careful planning of the organising team, the professional facilitation provided by the camp facilitators, as well as the much-needed assistance provided by AsiaCamp, a Training and Recreational Eco Camp Resort that operates in Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor. 

 “We have huge plans for our Maharani Camp and we wish to expand to more areas, among others to include components of character-building for these young girls. We also hope to attract participants from multiple races to join the camp in the future,” Ms Barathy also added.