The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, an internationally recognized, self-development program available to all young people worldwide equipping them with life skills to make a difference to themselves, their communities, and the world.  This award bestowed by Great Britain's Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, began in 1956 and demonstrates activities in four areas: community service, special skills (talent), physical fitness, and adventurous journey (environment and teamwork). The award itself has three levels:  bronze, silver, and gold.  To obtain an award, participants aged 14 to 25 must demonstrate achievement at the appropriate level in various activities in the four sections.

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