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Senior Guides

Senior Guides
A girl between the ages of 16- 21 years moves from an adolescent into an adult. She is capable of a higher level of responsibility and there is a great desire from independence and social change. These factors make Senior Guiding very challenging.
• Age Group
Age group of Senior Guides is 16 to 21 years.
• Promise
“I promise to do my best, to do my duty to Allah Taala and Pakistan. To serve mankind and participate in nation building activities, to obey the Guide Law. My special responsibility as a Senior Guide is to render service by taking this promise out into the wider world.”
On enrolment a Senior Guide makes, or if previously a Guide, re-affirms the promise.
• Law
1. A Guide is trustworthy
2. A Guide is Loyal 3. A Guide is friendly and a sister to all other guides.
4. A Guide is polite and considerate and develops a sense of civic responsibility.
5. A Guide is kind to animals and respects all living things.
6. A Guide is obedient.
7. A Guide is helpful and makes good use of her time.
8. A Guide is courageous and cheerful in difficult times.
9. A Guide is thrifty, takes care of her own belongings and respects other people’s belongings.
10. A Guide’s deeds follow her words.

• Motto
“Render service”
• Uniform
Green sash, red scarf with white shalwar qameez, Black Shoes, Leather belt, Senior Guides enrollment Badge
• Program
Investiture/enrolment program, 8 point challenge program consisting of certificates and bars on Wider Horizon, home management, personal Development, Outdoor Activities, Vocational Skills, Community Development, Fun and Recreation and empowerment of Women. The Mashal Badge Program strengthens their leadership abilities and enhances their positive role in immediate groups, their families, their educational institutions and the wider community. Outdoor activities, international Aspect of Guiding and Service Camps are integral Part of their Program.
It provides opportunities:
 To develop self confidence
 To value herself as someone with a wide range of skills and abilities
 To appreciate herself and perform her best in whatever role adult life offer her
 To encourage her to use her skills for the benefit of a wider community
• Badges

Enrollment badge, Service Certificates, Service bars, Mashal Badge and Service Badge
• Awards
Commendation Certificate, Shama Badge
• Shields
Begum Masood Sadiq Challenge Shield is awarded annually to a best Senior Guide company of Pakistan for doing a Social Service project.

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