Take Action

There are many ways for you and your sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts to take action in your country and become part of ’10 million girls...1 voice’. 

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Celebrate 100 years of changing lives by joining in the centenary celebrations of international Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting. Download the 2012 Centenary Activity Pack to get some ideas about the ‘Share’ theme.

 

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WAGGGS’ Global Action Theme is an educational programme for girls and young women to learn about the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Develop a community project and help change our world – Earn a GAT Badge now!

MDG 7: Ensure Environmental Sustainability

Your planet needs you! Find out how Girl Guides and Girl Scouts can Take Action Against Climate Change

Get involved and safe young lives! Find out more about the WAGGGS MDG programme on HIV and AIDS

Seven in every ten of the world’s hungry are girls and women. Help to end poverty and hunger once and for all. Learn everything about advocacy and how to run your own activities with your group. Download the WAGGGS Advocacy Tool Kit. Or go to an advocacy seminar at one of our World Centres

New aids badge Web.jpgEarn a WAGGGS badge – there are so many activities and badges to choose from on important topics like Climate change, the MDGs, HIV and AIDS and peace and friendship.

World Leadership Development ProgrammeFind out how WAGGGS has been empowering girls and young women as leaders in their local communities and internationally through leadership development programmes
Be inspired by the many projects happening around the world and find out how WAGGGS is taking action.

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Volunteer with WAGGGS or your national organization

Fundraise to help give girls and young women around the world.

And shop at WAGGGS’ online shop!

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Olivia - 29 January 2010 - 1.39AM (GMT)

this is awsome girl scouts is easier nowww!!!!! thanks!!! i love this website!!!:}:]

Dinushi - 19 March 2010 - 5.36PM (GMT)

nice website, it's really cute!! well done!

Victoria - 20 March 2010 - 12.55AM (GMT)

i have been in girl guides for 7 years now, and i love it more and more each week that i go. i have only got one more challange to go before i finsish my b.p.
i love this website.
victoria :)

Penelope Musundire - 23 March 2010 - 11.23AM (GMT)

I have been part of this great family for as long as I remember.I joined as a brownie at the age of 9 and am now 26 going 27.I love guiding though I took a break cause started a family at 24.Now want to join back so can have fun and also help my daughters to be better citizens of this world.I am in a lovely country of Zimbabwe.I will soon update you on my progress i.e. starting my own company under the girl guides association of Zimbabwe.

aliaa busakhar - 24 March 2010 - 8.05PM (GMT)

Hello .. for the first time from Kuwait .. Orussel specifically Doha middle school girls.The site is very interesting and wonderful and forward .. I am calling for a world in preserving the environment, it is a collective responsibility necessary enjoin all members of society to participate Pflm and effort for the reconstruction of their environment for present and future generations .. Thank you

Kelly P. - 26 March 2010 - 9.18PM (GMT)

Dear people of Haiti we are thinking about you in our prayers. We will help you though every step of the way.

Erin N. - 26 March 2010 - 9.32PM (GMT)

Dear Haiti, I heard about what happend in your country. And my Girl Scout troop 18023 just wanted to help.By sending some school supplies from Texas and enjoy it.we love you.

Tomoko Uryu - 27 March 2010 - 5.30AM (GMT)

This website helps me to make the educational programs for my EFL children. I am always trying to make my lectures something more meaningful than just learning English as a foreign language in Japan.
I had been a girlscout and leader from 5th grade to the first year of college. However, since I went to graduate school, I did not have enough time for helping the scounting activities in my local troop, which is really sad because scounting is absolutely a part of my life.
Once I finish my PhD progamme, I hope I will come back to scouting and work on global as well as local activities with young scouts!
Cheers for all sisters!

Tomoko Uryu

deirdre - 27 March 2010 - 1.11PM (GMT)

hi i love the guides i joined the brigins when i was 6 and i have still been going since i like the website

nikita - 25 April 2010 - 6.22AM (GMT)

hi have been in girl guides since 2 years . i was elected as district company leader through this site

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