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Gb International

  1. 1. GB InternationalSeek, Serve and Follow Christ Angelina Chang 3E2
  2. 2. The Brigade International Structure • The Girls' Brigade International Council (GBIC) • The Girls' Brigade International Council (GBIC) is the co- ordinating and communication arm of 'The Girls' Brigade' in the World. The GBIC, comprising representatives from over 60 countries in which The Girls’ Brigade functions, meets once every four years in locations around the world. The role of the Girls’ Brigade International Council is to: • adopt policies and principles for the operation of the Girls' Brigade in the world • recognise Girls' Brigade work in new countries • preserve the integrity of the Girls' Brigade world-wide • seek out appropriate partners for extension work • seek financial support • communicate opportunities for extension work • facilitate communication among Girls' Brigade countries • accept new countries in the Girls' Brigade International Council :http://www.gbic.org/structure/
  3. 3. African Fellowship 1. Botswana (149) 2. Democratic Republic of Congo 3. Ghana (6,000) 4. Kenya (4,050) 5. Malawi (184) 6. Namibia 7. Nigeria (14,961) 8. Sierra Leone (338) 9. South Africa (1,664) 10. Swaziland (125) 11. Tanzania (600) 12. Uganda (1,217) 13. Zambia (3,090) 14. Zimbabwe (671) Europe Fellowship 1. England and Wales (600) 2. Republic of Ireland (1,868) 3. Northern Ireland (22,540) 4. Romania (92) 5. Scotland (13,753) 6. Kosovo (15) The organization operates in over 60 countries worldwide. Since 1998, International Conferences has been held every four years.
  4. 4. Pacific Fellowship 1. American Samoa (98) 2. Australia (5,703) 3. Cook Islands (400) 4. Kiribati 5. New Zealand (3,934) 6. Niue (154) 7. Papua New Guinea (1,000) 8. Samoa 9. Solomon Islands (1,877) 10. Tonga (93) 11. Tokelau 12. Tuvalu 13. Vanuatu Asian Fellowship 1. Bangladesh (215) 2. Brunei (65) 3. Cambodia 4. Hong Kong (1,700) 5. India (125) 6. Malaysia (3,145) 7. Mongolia (55) 8. Philippines (1,100) 9. Siberia (20) 10. Singapore (3,695) 11. Thailand (1,205) 12. Western New Guinea (43)
  5. 5. Caribbean and Americas Fellowship • Anguilla (132) • Antigua (210) • Bahamas (653) • Belize (67) • Bermuda (20) • Brazil (216) • British Virgin Islands (181) • Canada (20) • Cayman Islands (299) • Curaçao • Dominica (82) • Haiti (40) • Jamaica (1,032) • Montserrat (24) • Nevis (92) • Sint Eustatius (28) • Saint Kitts (296) • Saint Martin (215) • Saint Vincent (64) • Trinidad & Tobago (86) • United States (105)
  6. 6. The International Vice-Presidents • African Fellowship: Bridget Leher (Zimbabwe) is the Fellowship Chairman • Europe Fellowship: Vivienne Aitchison (England and Wales) is the Fellowship Chairman • Pacific Fellowship: Jennifer Box (New Zealand) is the Fellowship Chairman • Asian Fellowship: Sally Chew (Singapore) is the Fellowship Chairman • Caribbean and Americas Fellowship: Andrea Stevens (Cayman Islands) is the Fellowship Chairman
  7. 7. The Girls’ Brigade, Scotland The upcoming event would be ‘Developing the Vision’. Funding has been secured for this strategic initiative that will be led by the new Executive as from September 2011. This is designed to build on the work undertaken in recent years and will involve Executive, Commissioners, Group Leaders, Chaplains, Captains and young leaders in a series of one day events. The following event that is taking place from the 10 Mar 2012 - 11 Mar 2012 is the ‘Camp Coordinator's Training’.This training will be provided by the Camp Group and is required to be followed up by a separate practical element which will allow participants to put the knowledge learned into operation. This training course is aimed at Officers who wish to equip themselves with the skills necessary to lead a camp. Participants must hold an up to date Campers Certificate before being allowed to participate in this course.
  8. 8. The Girls’ Brigade, Scotland • P1 - P3: Explorers • The Explorers is the youngest section of the Girls' Brigade, focusing on helping girls who are just beginning their educational journey to take part in the GB Journey. • P4 - P7: Juniors • Juniors is the section for girls' who have reached primary 4 and are willing to take the next great step of the GB Journey or even start their own GB Journey if they choose to join at this stage. • Secondary: Brigaders • Brigaders is the third and final stage of the GB Journey and is for Young women of Secondary School age.
  9. 9. The Girls’ Brigade, Scotland • Executive Group • The Executive Group of The Girls' Brigade in Scotland is the management body for the organisation, responsible for making policy decisions and ensuring their implementation throughout the organisation. • National Groups • National Groups were created to focus on specific aspects of the work of The Girls' Brigade in Scotland. They comprise approximately six volunteers per group, one of whom takes on the role of Group Leader, plus a member of the GB HQ staff team who supports and services the work of the group. Each member serves for a period of three years. The key qualification for a Group Member is their enthusiasm for the purpose of the group they are part of and a desire to promote its message to the wider network of GB members through programmes and events.
  10. 10. The Girls’ Brigade, Scotland
  11. 11. The Girls’ Brigade, Australia The upcoming even that is held from the 16th – 20th April 2012 is the ‘2012 Pacific Fellowship Conference & AGM’. Australia has the opportunity to send four leaders plus the National Commissioner. At least one of the leaders must be in the 18 – 30 years age bracket. The Conference includes training, business, future planning and lots of opportunities to meet leaders from our Pacific Fellowship countries. The following event that is held from the 22 August 2012 – 24 August 2012 is the ‘Kidshaper 2012’.
  12. 12. The Girls’ Brigade, Australia • Cadets and Juniors Fall In (Opening Parade) Games Company Worship/Singing Unit Time - Devotions, Activities, Craft • Seniors/Pioneers Activities and Craft Fall In (Opening Parade) Topical Discussions/Bible Study/Devotions Fun and Laughter

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