World Thinking Day Ideas for Leaders: Kenya

This year for World Thinking Day, why not look at one of the strongest nations for Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting? Kenya has the sixth largest population of Girl Guides or Girl Scouts in the world, more than 159,000 strong.

In the latest featured Thinking Day toolkit, learn more about how girls enjoy the scouting movement in this African country.

Girl Scout World Thinking Day ideas for learning about kids life in KenyaGirl Guiding in Kenya

Girl Guiding has been in Kenya since 1920.

Like in the United States, scouting in Kenya is gender-based. Kenya Girl Guides Association is for girls; the Kenya Scouts Association is for boys.

There are several levels, or branches, of Girl Guides in Kenya:

(Personally, I love that the Kenyan Girl Guide system recognizes potential experience in its leaders as well!)

Learn about Life in Kenya:

Watch this story about the day of a life of a Kenyan child, and read these articles below.

Read:

Read Mama Panya’s Pancakes, a story about a Kenyan village and the importance of sharing, even when you have little to give.

Read For You Are a Kenyan Child, which shows the similarities between Kenyan children and American children.

Make and Do:

Eat:

Swap:

What other Thinking Day ideas do you have for Kenya? Share your ideas and pins below!


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