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Our thoughts are with the Girl Guides and Girl Scouts of West Africa
It is with great sadness that we all bear witness to the suffering and distress caused by the most recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in a number of countries in western Africa.
East Africa Regional Camp- Shores 2014 Uganda
Fun! Interaction! Adventure! Learning! Uganda Girl Guides Association organized the East Africa Regional camp at its National Camping and Training Site in Kaazi Busabaala Wakiso District from 8 to 14 August 2014, it was an amazing experience that brought together over 600 Girl Guides from South Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi, United Kingdom and Uganda the ...
World Thinking Day 2015 Announcement!
Did you guess the 2015 World Thinking Day Theme correctly?
Ghana Girl Guide member reports on her experiences at 35th World Conference
Yvette Sena Blankson, member of Ghana Girl Guides Association writes “I am a Girl Guide. A very proud one. For me, the highest international platform in guiding for any young leader is the World Conference.
Participant from Rwanda shares her experiences at the World Conference
My name is Pascaline Umulisa, I was the 35th World Conference young delegate from Association des Guides du Rwanda. I am very thankful to WAGGGS for having provided me with a full scholarship to attend the conference, which was so inspiring.
Zimbabwe delegate shares her highlights of World Conference
I am Rumbidzai Patience Tazviwana, the young delegate from Zimbabwe. The opportunity to attend the World Conference was a beneficial one in all aspects. It was more than just a guiding experience; It was life changing.
“Free Being Me” starts up in Rwanda
15 young leaders from Rwanda and 11 Scouts and Guides (Compagnons) from France came together, working together to gain skills, from 16-21 July 2014, helping them to use both the “Free Being Me” and the “Stop the Violence” programmes with girls.
More than 80 Girl Guide and Girl Scout leaders of Latin America gather in Ecuador!
More than 80 Girl Guides and Girl Scouts Leaders of Latin America participated in the XVII WAGGGS Central American Gathering in Ecuador.
WAGGGS on Say NO UNiTE panel for Stop the Violence
On the 25 of August, The UN Women #OrangeDay focused on eliminating violence against the girl child. WAGGGS was chosen to be on a Twitter Q&A panel to discuss what we are doing in the fight to end violence against girls.
Join Sangam as Guest Services Coordinator!
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