Honduras

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Asociación Nacional de Muchachas Guías e Honduras

  • Guiding Introduced Date Icon

    1953

    Girl Guiding introduced in Honduras

  • Number of Boys and Girls Icon

    400

    Number of members in 2016

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    Member

    Full

Honduras

Contact us

Directora Ejecutiva
Barrio Guadalupe

Avenida Tiburcia Carias
CASA 264

1561 Francisco Morazan

Tegucigalpa D.C.

Honduras

guiashonduras.oficina@gmail.com

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    Email

    guiashonduras.oficina@gmail.com

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    Phone

    +504 222 1814

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    Girls & Boys

    -

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

Honduras Guide Promise

Guide Law

  1. A Guide is a person whose 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 all Guides
  5. A Guide is courteous
  6. A Guide sees in nature the work of God; she protects animals and plants
  7. A Guide obeys orders
  8. A Guide faces difficulties with fortitude and optimism
  9. A Guide is thrifty
  10. A Guide is pure in thoughts, word and deed

I promise to do everything possible to love God and my country, to help others, especially those at home.

Bee Promise

Bee Law

  1. A Bee is obedient and always clean and tidy
  2. A Bee is cheerful and always tells the truth

Development of the movement

Guiding in Honduras began in 1953 when the trainer/adviser for the Western Hemisphere gathered together a group of girls and women and told them about Girl Guiding/Girl Scouting and WAGGGS. She set up a committee which worked on the organization of the Asociación Nacional de Muchachas Guías de Honduras. The first National Executive Committee was established in 1958, at a time when a number of Brownie packs and Guide companies already existed.

In 1964, an office was obtained on the ground floor of the Archbishop’s Palace in Tegucigalpa, which was used as a meeting place for members. By 1968, with the help of a member of the Peace Corps and periodic visits from the Western Hemisphere trainer/adviser, Guiding had spread to other towns both north and south of the capital.

The first National Assembly was held in 1972, and in the same year the Association obtained legal status.

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