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Project Introduction

· The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (commonly known as DofE) is the common name for the British Youth Awards, founded in 1956 by Prince Philip , the Duke of Edinburgh, in England. It has now expanded to 144 countries and is attended by approximately 300,000 people each year. The Commonwealth countries participate in and recognize this award. Hundreds of international nonprofit organizations have cooperated with it.

· Young people who have gained the Duke of Edinburgh Award are given priority in both education applications and job applications. People who receive this reward are considered to have the potential to serve the society, take responsibility, and be brave enough to challenge themselves.