Twelve (12) members have formed a new Guild “Clan Jurásico” and became member of ISGF. They joined the existing Central Branch group (17 members) in Venezuela, “Scouts y Guias Adultos de Venezuela” (SGAV).
Scouting in Argentina was officially founded on 4 July 1912 shortly after the publication of “Scouting for Boys” and consists of several independent organizations.
Monique Blanchard, the co-founder of the Central Branch group CASEGHA USA, received on May 21 an award from a New York City Council member of the 27th district due to Haitian Flag Day.
Ariel Dos Santos, member of a local Central Branch Guild in Uruguay had a chance to meet some local Haitian scouts while he was on a mission in April 2011 with URUMAR (National Navy of Uruguay).
The Central Branch group, the Azerbaijan National Scout and Guide Union (ANSGU), successfully organized a scout camp in Bakuriani, Georgia. More than 60 people from Azerbaijan, Georgia and Norway took part.
The new Central Branch group in Ecuador, consisting of 13 Gilwell group members, was asked to organize a Preliminary Wood Badge training under the Gilwell methodology.
(A Wood badge is a Scouting leadership program and the related award for adult leaders in the programs of Scout associations around the world.)
Recently more members from Latin America registered to become member of ISGF via Central Branch:
The local Central Branch guild Ñacurutú nr.1 of the Fraternidad de Antiguos Scouts y Guias del Uruguay (FASGU), in Uruguay started on May 1, 2009 their first community project at a farm school, located in a rural area northeast of Montevideo in the village of Aramendia.
On February 22, under a storm of wind and rain, the local Central Branch guild "Ñacurutú No. 1" in Uruguay organized a party in commemoration of the birth of Baden-Powell and his wife Olave.
Scouts, Pioneers and authorities of various Associations of Scouts of Uruguay, altogether sixty people, participated in activities and certificates of participation were handed over to the leaders of Scouts de Uruguay.