The South Sudan Girl Guides Association
Girl Guiding introduced in South Sudan
Number of Girl Guides in 2014
The Promise of Girl Guides of South Sudan is: On my honor I promise that I will do my best; To do my duty to God and my country; To help other people at all times; and To obey the Guides Law.
South Sudan Guide Law
- A Guide honour is to be trusted.
- A Guide is a good citizen.
- A Guide duty is to be useful and to help others
- A Guide is a friend to all and a sister to every other guides.
- A Guide is kind and has respect to other.
- A Guide is kind to animals and respects all living things.
- A Guide is obedient
- A Guide has courage and is cheerful in all difficulties
- A Guide makes good use of
her time, money and all she has
- A Guide is clean in
thought, words and deed.
I promise on my honour, that I will do my best to do my duty to God and my Country to help other people every day especialy those at home.
Development of the Movement
Girl Guides in South Sudan have been operating as Girl Guides Association of Sudan with their headquarters in Khartoum, Sudan. The government of South Sudan fully recognizes the Girl Guides Movement and has registered the association under the Ministry of Justice as a voluntary youth organization. Guides National Executive Board is actively re-launching Girl Guiding by recruiting members with the support of State Guide Commissioners assisted by State governing assemblies in the eight states of the country. The membership is growing. The Girl Guides Movement is visible in the country and given a lot of prominence by the government and the through the media. South Sudan Girl Guides constitution was approved by the World Board and the association welcomed to WAGGGS Africa Region at the WAGGGS World conference that took place in Hong Kong in July 2014. The government of South Sudan was represented at the conference by the National Deputy Minister of the Education.