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Copy of WAGGGS' Organizational Structure

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World Association of Girl Guides
and Girl Scouts Prezi created by
Stefanie Ashlyn
Our Chalet Assistant Spring 2012
Massachusetts, USA Comprised of 145 Member Organizations
8,270,276 members
(as of 2009 survey) Five Regions Africa Region
31 Member Organizations Arab Region
14 Member Organizations Asia Pacific Region
25 Member Organizations Europe Region
39 Member Organizations Western Hemisphere
36 Member Organizations What countries
have the
biggest
membership? USA
3.3 million
members India
1.5 million
members Philippines United
Kingdom Kenya Nigeria Uganda These seven
Member Organizations
make up 77% of WAGGGS' membership What about governance? WAGGGS is governed by the World Board 17 elected members on the World Board Regional Chairs hold 5 of the 17 seats on the World Board World Conference is held every three years Organizational Structure World Bureau consists of about 50 professionals World Bureau headed by CEO and located in London, England Member Organizations can send two delegates to the triennial World Conference, which serves as the key decision-making body for WAGGGS The World Bureau is the Secretariat of WAGGGS About 50 WAGGGS staff members are located in Regions and the World Centres WAGGGS' five World Centres
offer programs and activities
that serve to truly connect
girls and women
with the global
Guiding/Scouting movement Our Chalet
Adelboden, Switzerland
founded 1932 Nuestra Cabaña
Cuernavaca, Mexico
founded 1957 Pax Lodge
London, England
founded 1991 Sangam
Pune, India
founded 1966 5th World Centre
Africa Region
to-be-launched October 2012
will be based in existing facilities in multiple countries 10 million voices strong
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