One of the chief goals of the centre is to provide scouts in Rustavi with facilities for their indoor and outdoor activities as well as a permanent office to deal with all administrative matters of the organization. The buildings are designed for this purpose. The centre is also available to other youth groups in Georgia, e.g. from the capital Tbilisi, and as a location for special events (training courses, seminars, planning weekends, etc.) In addition, the International Scout Centre Rustavi generates income by renting its facilities to third parties: The centre can be used by school and university groups as well as non-governmental organizations looking for a venue for residential study weeks and meeting. The centre offers overnight accommodations for tourists, groups and individuals.

Current activities ISCR


Youth exchange -Triple SSS-Sport, Society and Self-learning took a place in Phona. Ecovillage and Rustavi, at ISCR during 20-29 July. 30 participants from Georgia and Netherlands had different activities together. Project contained training about orientation, mapping and compass, knots, hiking, Olympic games and intercultural evenings.

International Scout Centre Rustavi is hosting youth exchange project "We have rights now let's be human". 39 participants from 8 different countries: Romania, Italy, Macedonia, Ukraine, Malta, Turkey, Bosnia, and Georgia are gathered in Rustavi to discuss human rights focusing on refugee rights and their problems in contemporary world.

On 12-13th of July APV of Youth Exchange "Spray Days" was held at International Scout Centre Rustavi. 2 representatives of Belguim, Spain, Netherlands, Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine planned the details of upcoming youth exchange, which will be held on 3-12 August in ISCR and Zugdidi.

Goethe Institute Georgia is organising a special program at International Scout Centre Rustavi during 16th - 26th of July. "Tanz in der Schule" is a international exchange program for teachers and students from five different nations. It combines teaching of languages with the method of dance and movement.

Workshop WOSM VISION 2023 took place at ISCR, during 8-11 July. Participants were from Korea, Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, India, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Georgia. The idea of the workshop is to learn more about WOSM vision 2023, to discuss the situation in NSOs and think about together how to deal with problems and use to reach vision 2023.

On June 23-24 ISCR organised a camp in Eco Village Pona for teenagers of polish descent where they were taught about basics of scouting and relevant topics, they played teambuilding games, learned about various knots, the basics of first aid and hiking, furthermore they were taught about what and who scouts are, and what special role polish scouts played during war times and of what importance it was