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Lilian Itenya reports On 3rd Africa-Europe Youth Leaders Summit Lilian Itenya reports On 3rd Africa-Europe Youth Leaders Summit

24 April 2014

Lilian Itenya, NIYOA Board Member and WAGGGS Africa Representative writes “ The invitation letters indicated Brussels, that was the venue where all the partners and youth from two continents were m...

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Fifth World Centre Pilot Project Goes To Nigeria!Fifth World Centre Pilot Project Goes To Nigeria!

24 April 2014

After four very successful Fifth World Centre Pilot Project events in Ghana, South Africa, Rwanda and Kenya it was decided to take the Pilot Project to Nigeria to run a seven day programme aimed to de...

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Design Competition for new FAPW AwardsDesign Competition for new FAPW Awards

23 April 2014

The Friends of Asia Pacific WAGGGS (FAPW) is having a design competition for the new FAPW Awards. The two new awards are to recognize continued donations above the level of Major Donor and awarded whe...

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GSP Joins in Setting World Record for Largest Woman Symbol in the WorldGSP Joins in Setting World Record for Largest Woman Symbol in the World

23 April 2014

Representatives from the Girl Scouts of the Philippines joined 10,168 Filipino women and men at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila, Philippines, on 8 March 2014, to form the largest woman gender symbol ...

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