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About WAGGGS

About Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting

Canada fun.jpgWith ten million Girl Guides and Girl Scouts from 145 countries across the world, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) is the largest voluntary movement dedicated to girls and young women in the world. Brownies Canada.jpgGirl Guiding and Girl Scouting are open to all girls and young women whatever their religion, ethnic group or background. A Girl Guide or Girl Scout accepts the Promise and the Law based on spiritual values, personal development and commitment to helping others.

Centenary 2010-2012

What we do

HIST-1963-002BIG.jpg In 1909 several girls demanded a place for girls at the Crystal Palace Boy Scout Rally. They were the very first advocates of the Movement - speaking out and challenging the norms and gender conventions of the time. To honour our history and to build for the future, WAGGGS celebrated the centenary of the international Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting Movement over three years, from 2010 to 2012. JLS Kenya Brownies.jpgThrough its Member Organizations and through working directly with girls and young women, WAGGGS delivers high quality non-formal educational programmes and international opportunities that provide girls and young women dynamic, flexible and values-based training in life skills, leadership and citizenship.

Volunteer

Our partners

Costa-Rica.jpgYour expertise, skills, interests, life experience, and availability are needed! Without the commitment of the nearly 1.5 million volunteers around the world, Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting could not happen. ireland2.jpgThe World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts works with many national, regional and international organizations and alliances to further its mission to enable girls and young women to develop to their fullest potential and become responsible citizens of the world. It has partnered with the United Nations for over 60 years.
 

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phoebe wanjiku - 11 September 2013 - 9.21AM (GMT)

i have been guiding for 12 years in kenya,am now a young leader...the desire is still strong

ebun - 7 September 2013 - 7.05PM (GMT)

this organization is doing a good job we also need a organization like this especially in jamaica




Nwabah isioma ogochukwuka - 29 July 2013 - 5.28PM (GMT)

Hi! am isioma from Nigeria. i have been a guide since 2003. guiding has been fun for me .

Tasneem Taherali - 5 July 2013 - 7.09AM (GMT)

"If its not fun Its not guiding" I am from Kenya and have been a Guide since I was 12 years. Now my child is 15. I love Guiding.

Joanne - 30 May 2013 - 1.29AM (GMT)

I joined in Holland, then moved to perth WA Australia then eventually Karratha. I was a guide for 9wks in Karratha before moving to Melbourne AU. At fifteen I became a jnr leader, then assistant leader at 18, then a leader at 20. I left when I got married at 23. I then moved to Preston and was a unit helper until the birth of my dd. She is now 7 1/2 and is a guide herself. She has just finished her Service Flash 1 and loves going to Guides each week!

Cheyenne/ Anubhuti. - 27 May 2013 - 9.36AM (GMT)

My name is Cheyenne and I have been girl guide for 3 years is very cool as we do sport ,cooking and lots of other things too. My name is Anubhuti and I am 10 years old as a guide, the most important things I have learnt in girl guides is our confidence,skills and having friends.

Caroline murphy - 23 May 2013 - 6.55PM (GMT)

Hi, im at guides right now havin a blast!

isobel - 18 May 2013 - 10.43PM (GMT)

Hi I'm Isobel and I'm from NZ. I am in Pt Chev Brownies and I love it!

hannah - 16 May 2013 - 6.39PM (GMT)

WAGGGS is fab. I love being a guide its so strange that poeple just don't know about it.

indigo - 29 April 2013 - 9.00PM (GMT)

my name is indigo I am a guide I live in Hamilton, New Zealand I love girl guides I have been apart of it for 6 years so from pipins.

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