- Update on Liberian Girl Guides Association’s work during Ebola crisis
- The Liberian Girl Guides Association is very touched with the concerns shown by members of WAGGGS during these anxious times with the Ebola crisis that Lesotho is currently experiencing.
- Girl Guides work to support their sisters in the countries affected by Ebola
- As the current situation around Ebola continues to claim lives, my thoughts are with the victims and their families.
- Molly swims for Sangam
- A young girl in Yorkshire, United Kingdom is swimming 4607 lengths in order to raise money for the Sangam Pool. Help Molly and the pool by donating to her cause.
- Applications open for CSW 59!
- Stand up, speak out and make your voice heard. Represent 10 million girls and young women at the 59th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW 59) in New York. Apply today!
- Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, UN Women and Zonta International accelerate efforts towards ending violence against girls and young women
- The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), and UN Women, in partnership with Zonta International, today announced the further roll out of the “Voices against Violence” programme in the coming months.
- Bandeirantes in Brazil are trained to act as multipliers of "Free Being Me" in their own states
- From September 5th to September 7th, Brazil hosted "Free Being Me", a training session by WAGGGS for scouts leaders and coordinators representing the 14 states where Guiding is present. The event was ministered by Ariana Chamberlain and Katerina Agorogianni, Global Trainers, and was attended by Francis Montes de Oca, Development Executive in the Western Hemisphere.