From left to right:
Philip Bird (JamPuz master and IT operator), Jim Wilson (Public Relations), Ali al Mamari (Educational department), Hannu “Banda” Rättö (Radio operations), Richard Middelkoop (Team leader)
The first thing to do, is contact your National JOTA-JOTI Coordinator. Each country has one specialist or your International Commissioner has this role.
For help on finding a radio amateur in your country, ask your National JOTA-JOTI Coordinator or contact the amateur radio organization in your country.
Want to help?
Stop by at the Ambassadors Club.
What is JOTA-JOTI all about?
In the Participation Handbook that you picked up at the main gate, you can read all details of the JOTA-JOTI event. So let us give you a visual impression here, to get a feeling what it means to be part of the largest annual youth event on Earth.
Visit our Jamboree cinema here; you can stay as long as you like:
The World JOTA-JOTI Team has granted the status of “Trusted Partner” to a number of external service providers that make a constructive difference to the weekend programme. Granting this status is at the discretion of the WJJT and according to an agreed set of rules. The Trusted Partner will carry the logo on its website with a link directly to the page where you can check if indeed their status is valid. Check our partners here and enjoy their services
And what about the future?
Find here the dates of the JOTA-JOTI in the coming years.
The event is always held in the third full weekend in October (not counting the Friday)
How do you like the Jamboree Headquarters? Total Voters: 138
How do you like the Jamboree Headquarters?
Total Voters: 138
Do you have all you need? Thank you for your visit and back to the campsite then: