Malaysia

Persatuan Pandu Puteri, Malaysia

Girl Guiding/Girl Scouting introduced: 1916
Number of Girl Guides/Girl Scouts: 61718 (01/01/2003)
Status: Full Member
Admits boys: No

WAGGGS Region:

Asia Pacific

Contact us

Chief Commissioner
Wisma Pandu Puteri
Peti Surat 1121, Jalan Pantai Bharu
59700 KUALA LUMPUR

Telephone: 00 60322827776
Fax: 00 60322826579
Email: info@panduputeri.org.my
Website: www.panduputeri.org.my

Promise:

Persetiaan

Bahawa dengan sesungguhnya saya berjanji dengan sedaya upaya.
Menunaikan kewajipan saya kepada Tuhan, Raja dan Negara saya Malaysia
Menolong orang setiap masa dan
Mematuhi undang-undang Pandu Puteri.

Girl Guide Promise

On my honour I promise that I will do my best:
To do my duty to God, King and my country Malaysia,
To help other people at all times, and
To obey the Guide Law.

Persetiaan Tunas Puteri

Dengan sesungguhnya saya berjanji dan bersetia akan.

1 Menjalankan kewajipan saya kepada Tuhan, Raja dan Negara saya Malaysia.
2 Menolong orang setiap hari terutama mereka di rumah.
3 Mematuhi Undang-Undang Tunas Puteri.

Brownie Promise

I promise to do my best:
To do my duty to God, the King and my country Malaysia,
To help other people every day especially those at home,
To obey the Brownie Laws

Law:

Undang-undang

1 Seorang Pandu Puteri boleh dipercayai.

2 Seorang Pandu Puteri sentiasa taat dan setia.

3 Seorang Pandu Puteri suka menolong orang.

4 Seorang Pandu Puteri bersahabat dengan semua orang dan bersaudara dengan Pandu Puteri yang lain.

5 Seorang Pandu Puteri sentiasa bersopan santun.

6 Seorang Pandu Puteri sentiasa melindungi haiwan dan memelihara alam sekitar.

7 Seorang Pandu Puteri sentiasa menurut perintah.

8 Seorang Pandu Puteri bersemangat dan bergembira walaupun dalam kesulitan.

9 Seorang Pandu Puteri sentiasa berjimat cermat.

10 Seorang Pandu Puteri suci dalam fikiran, perkataan dan perbuatan.

Girl Guide Law

1 A Guide’s honour is to be trusted.

2 A Guide is loyal.

3 A Guide’s duty is to be useful and to help others.

4 A Guide is a friend to all and a sister to every other Guide.

5 A Guide is courteous.

6 A Guide is kind to animals, and conserves the environment.

7 A Guide is obedient.

8 A Guide smiles and sings under all difficulties.

9 A Guide is thrifty.

10 A Guide is pure in thought, words and deed.

 

Undang-Undang Tunas Puteri

1 Tunas Puteri selalu menurut ajaran orang yang tertua daripadanya.
2 Tunas Puteri tidak menurut kehendak hati sahaja.

Brownie Law

1 A Brownie obeys the teaching of elders.
2 A Brownie cares for others before herself

Motto:

Cogan Kata - Selalu Sedia

Girl Guide Motto - Be Prepared

Cogan Kata Tunas Puteri - Tolong Orang Selalu (TOS)

Lend a Hand

Age groups:

Kelab Renjer /

Pandu Puteri Ranger Club 20+

Kelab Pandu Puteri Guide Club 20+

Kadet Pandu Puteri Cadet 20+

Renjer Puteri Ranger 15-19

Pandu Puteri Girl Guide 12-15

Tunas Puteri Brownie 8-12

Development of the movement:

Guiding has gathered momentum and strength since it was introduced in Malaysia in 1916. Persatuan Pandu Puteri Malaysia (Girl Guides Association, Malaysia) has become one of the leading movements in the country and has gained particular recognition for its contribution towards unifying the various racial groups in Malaysia’s multiracial society.

The Girl Guides Association of Malaya became an Associate Member of WAGGGS in 1960. In 1963 the new country of Malaysia was inaugurated and in December 1964 the Girl Guides Association of Sabah and Sarawak joined the Association.

Programme:

The programme used in Malaysia places particular emphasis on environmental and community development activities.

It is based on character training, building good citizenship, and awareness on current world issues. The Association is aiming to have Guide Clubs in as many Institutes of Higher Education as possible in 2002/2003.

Relationship to society:

Guides regularly help the elderly, and special needs children.  The Association also runs an annual Success Stories Initiative where members are encouraged to submit their experiences which are disseminated to other members.

Communication and Co-operation

The Girl Guides Association, Malaysia, encourages participation in international trainings and gatherings whenever possible. In 1990 it hosted the Commonwealth Chief Commissioner’s Conference. In 1998, when Malaysia hosted the Commonwealth Games, Girl Guides Malaysia held the Commonwealth Camp at the same time.

The Girl Guides Association, Malaysia, has provided trainings on Family Life and Health Education for uniformed members and leaders. It also co-operates with the Ministry of Youth & Sports, the National Youth Council, the National Council of Women’s Organizations, the National Scouts Association and the Trefoil Guild/ISGF in Malaysia. Members are always invited to join in activities organized by the NGOs. The Association’s website was launched in 1999 and will be revamped in 2003.

Training:

Several States have their own headquarters and training halls. Emphasis is placed on stimulating interest in the Movement, promoting efficiency, and determining methods of work. The Trainers’ Council is responsible for National Trainings and its development.

The Association has Cadet Companies in all 32 teacher training colleges, and provides training for Cadet Leaders and commissioners.

Outdoor and Environmental Activities

Camping activities are enjoyed by members of the Association and day camp activities include tent pitching, camp cooking and instruction in first aid. Guides participate in national service projects organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports during Youth Week. These projects generally take the form of clean-up campaigns.

Girl Guides Association, Malaysia uses facilities provided at Motivation camp sites for more challenging activities such as canoeing, abseiling, jungle trekking and hiking. The Centres are managed by The Government Bureau. Most outdoor activities are carried out in recreational parks or camp areas.

Projects