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The Pakistan Girl Guides Association (PGGA) is the national Guiding organization of Pakistan. It serves 117,692 members. Founded in 1911 as part of Indian Girl Guiding, the girls-only organization became independent in 1947 and a full member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1948.
November 14, 2011 marks the birth of AKYSBP (Aga Khan Youth and Sports Board of Pakistan) the 8th Chapter of Pakistan Girl Guides Association. This branch of PGGA represents the Ismaili Guides of Pakistan. This major decision took place at the 62nd Annual National Council meeting of PGGA at Islamabad. The formation of this new chapter fulfilled the notion:
“Guiding is about raising your voice, standing out and making a difference”
Ismaili Guides are present all over the country like in Karachi, Interior Sindh, Gilgit Baltistan, Islamabad, Punjab and Chitral. Ismaili Guides in Pakistan have been working hard to achieve quality in Guiding, by developing an understanding of teamwork, leadership, and a sense of adventure as well as reaching out to make a difference; both locally and globally. There have been continuous strives for social service projects conducted by the Guide companies, through which the dual purpose of service and learning by doing gets accomplished.
AKYSB Guiding Chapter Gojal 1 is the branch of AKYSB Guiding Chapter Pakistan which is working locally at Gojal, the north part of Gilgit Baltistan