Skotisma Zazavavy Eto Madagasikara
Girl Guiding/Girl Scouting introduced: 1941
Number of Girl Guides/Girl Scouts: 44048 (01/01/2003)
Status: Full Member
Admits boys: No
Development of the movement:
The Skotisma Zazavavy eto Madagasikara (Fédération du Scoutisme Féminin de Madagascar), composed of three Associations, works to expand Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting in the country, and to help with leadership training.
Guiding which catered for the needs of the Catholic girl was introduced into Madagascar in 1941 by a Commissioner from the Guides de France. The first companies and packs were started in 1942 and Guiding expanded rapidly.
Kiadin’ I Madagasikara is the female branch of the Eclaireuses et Eclaireur Laiques et Pluralists de Madagascar and is non-denominational. The first Brownie was formed in 1953 under the auspices of the Eclaireuses et Eclairuers de France. Girl Scouting is now established in all regions of the island.
- RANGERS` COMMUNITY CAMPAIGNING RAID 2012 – Mpanazava Eto Madagasikara
- Closing Centenary Celebration
- World Environment Day
- International Volunteer Day
- JOTI 2011
- AG FIM
- National Training Camps for Mpanazava Eto Madagasikara
- FORMATION DES COMMISSAIRES PROVINCIAUX ET NATIONAUX - MPANAZVA ETO MADAGASIKARA
- Madagascan Representation At Forum on People's Food Sovereignty In Rome
- Care For Hurricane and Flood Victims
- Aids Prevention