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Girl Guides

Guiding Movement was introduced into Hong Kong in 1916. The Hong Kong Girl Guides Association is currently the largest female youth organisation in Hong Kong, and one of the 152 Member Organisations of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

  • Objectives

    • The Hong Kong Girl Guides Association organises training and activities to meet the needs and interests of today's girls and young women. These programmes aim to train and equip Girl Guides with knowledge, techniques and attitude. Girl Guides are actively participating in service projects through which they developed a caring and positive attitude in life.

  • Activities

    • Based on the Eight Point Programme, the training activities are designed in groups and planned by girl guides. This can help the girls to develop different skills and enhance their self-confidence. They will become self-reliant and able to use what they have learnt in the service of others. The unit meetings mainly cover aspects including developing social skills, maintaining the Guide Law, keeping fit, exploring art, thinking independently, learning about housework, enjoying outdoor activities and serving the community.

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