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About Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting

Canada fun.jpgWith ten million Girl Guides and Girl Scouts from 146 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.


What we do

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. 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.





Your 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.


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Melinda Stoute - 16 March 2014 - 12.56AM (GMT)

Hey I'm Melinda Stoute and I'm a young leader of the Guyana,St Paul's Girl Guide.

Nicole Johnson - 15 March 2014 - 8.22AM (GMT)

Hello, I am Nikki Johnson, the Communications Commissioner of the Girl Guides Association of Trinidad and Tobago. I think the WAGGGS Advocacy Tool Kit is brilliant and I am totally fired up about making use of it with our girls.

Girls have a voice ...let's use it for good!

Thank you.

Ravi singh - 7 March 2014 - 6.27AM (GMT)

hi my name is ravi singh from india. i m a president awarded scout

Nunam lawati - 19 February 2014 - 8.21AM (GMT)

me and my frnds r proud to be Nepal scout as further we want to welcome the world with all our help,respect and unity

Delina - 19 February 2014 - 8.11AM (GMT)

My junior troop in Central coast California has been learning about Bangladesh. They are excited to display items and information about the country and the girl guides there.

Tia Nykelle Rochester - 13 February 2014 - 4.30AM (GMT)

I am very excited to learn about my brownie sisters in St. Vincent and The Grenadines

caitlynn - 10 February 2014 - 11.55PM (GMT)

hi I am Caitlynn and in brownies. I am so excited to learn about France for World Thinking Day!

Tina - 4 February 2014 - 8.16PM (GMT)

My name is Tina. I'm a leader in New Mexico,USA. Our troop is very excited to learn about France for World Thinking day. We are learning to sing a song in french!

Kelsey Eaves - 2 February 2014 - 3.32PM (GMT)

Hi, I'm Kelsey. I am so excited to see the WAGGGS Global Action Theme linked to 2014's World Thinking Day's theme, "education opens doors for all girls and boys." My Gold Award project was the Reading for the Stars book club- for multicultural third graders who could use help with reading. I am glad I supported the theme.

Kiersten - 31 January 2014 - 2.15AM (GMT)

Hi! My name is Kjersten, and I am a Junior Girl Scout in the state of Missouri in the United States. I am working on my poster presentation for Norway in honor of World Thinking Day! If you have any craft or food/drink ideas for me to use at my table, please send me an e-mail!!

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