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National trainers gather in Africa region to end violence against girls and young women
From 17 to 22 April, WAGGGS will run its second ACTIVATE event, supported by Zonta International and in partnership with UN Women, in Zambia.
A message from Anita Tiessen, WAGGGS CEO
Hello! I’m thrilled to be joining WAGGGS in my new role, and really looking forward to getting to know the people that make up our Movement around the world.
And the prize goes to… Ivory Coast!
We are pleased to announce that the winner of the World Thinking Day 2015 survey competition is Stephanie from Ivory Coast.
Message from Nicola Grinstead, Chair of the WAGGGS World Board
I wanted to take the opportunity on this World Heath Day, happening on 7 April 2015, to celebrate all the amazing work you have already done to support girls’ to lead happy and healthy lives, and to reiterate that unfortunately there is always still more to be done.
2015 World Thinking Day Activity Senegal
Just like other sister Guides across the world, the Girl Guides of Senegal celebrated World Thinking Day on 21 and 22 February 2015 at Poponguine.
Did we make a difference?
As the MDGs are running to their deadline by the end of 2015, WAGGGS has started an assessment to capture all the amazing work done by our members contributing to the MDGs. The findings from the research will also influence our recommendation for the next Global Action Theme. We are interested to learn more about the impact of the programme and to ...
Justine Nkuruziza nominated for International Women of Courage Award
The WAGGGS Africa Regional Committee Vice Chair, Justine Nkurunziza, has been recognized as Burundi’s 2015 Woman of Courage. This is in recognition of her exceptional courage, strength and leadership in advocating for human rights and social justice. She has also been nominated for the International Women of Courage Award.
Save Our Pool!
Keep updated with the latest on our new swimming pool!
Kenya Tree Planting Events In Schools Taking Part In The Girl Guides Acts Of Green Project
The Girl Guides Acts of Green is an Environmental Project being implemented by young leader members of Kenya Girl Guides Association in partnership with Green Africa Foundation
Tanzania Girl Guides shares her Juliette Low Seminar (JLS) 2015 Experience At Sangam
Helga Mutasingwa, Youth Leader of Tanzania Girl Guides Association, Karibu Tanzania writes “The Juliette Low Seminar (JLS) seminar has been a very big turning point for me. It has made me believe that all my dreams can actually be achieved.

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