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  1. AP SUMMIT

  2. If I’m alone at night, I can seeThrough all the trivialityOf the day and I’m okayI just think of those who are dear to meLooking forward, looking backI’ve come a long way down the trackGot a long way left to goMaking songs, from what I knowMaking songs, from what I knowLooking forward, looking back[From his album: "Looking Forward, Looking Back"Contributed: Marten Busstra 2009] Slim Dusty - Looking Forward Looking Back Looking forward, looking backI’ve come a long way down the trackGot a long way left to goMaking songs, from what I knowMaking sense of what I’ve seenAll the love we’ve had betweenYou and I, along the trackLooking forward, looking backThere are strange daysFull of change on the wayBut we’ll be fine, unlike someI’ll be leaning forward, to see what’s coming Looking forward, looking backI’ve come a long way down the trackGot a long way left to goMaking songs, from what I know

  3. How can the Asia Pacific Region and Member Organizations together tackle the major issues facing Girl Guiding Girl Scouting? Session 2

  4. Aims of the SUMMIT • to celebrate 40 years of AP region and look forward to Centenary opportunities for Girl Guiding Girl Scouting • to share ideas and learn from one another to develop the WAGGGS 6 Areas effectively • to commit as a Region to achieve 2011 vision for WAGGGS • to begin thinking of future way forward for next triennium • to highlight agreed outcome statements

  5. Common be our prayer Common be our end Common be our purpose Common be our deliberations Common be our desires Unified be our hearts Unified be our intentions 1st AP committee meeting held 1971 Sangam

  6. Common Issues for AP in 1971 • MEMBERSHIP – low percentage of available girls in the community • Drop out in Ranger Age group • Lack of Administrative training in MOs • Lack of funds • Economic pressures • Lack of Commissioners/Volunteers • Effect of political situations in countries

  7. Exciting things…are still happening • Some MOs growing membership • More young people involved in decision making in MOs • Relationship and partnerships with other NGOs growing. • Opportunities provided by Centenary • Attendance of girls and National Leaders at Summit

  8. WAGGGS/AP Challenges 2009 • Future Sustainability • Membership retention & recruitment; succession planning • Funding - Reliance on quota + economic climate • Support from MOs to achieve goals determined in agreed Strategic Plan • Changing face of volunteers • Lack of nominations for committees etc. • Internal conflict in MOs resulting in power struggles in national leadership • Political uncertainty in some MOs • Competition from other youth providers • Relevance of Girls Program • Training of adults volunteers & staff

  9. Activity in MO groups • Discuss this list and see if your MO needs to add any more • Prioritise the list for your MO

  10. Next step….to Session 3 after the break Discussion groups according to 6 areas below • Go to the one that is an issue for your MO • Or • Go because your MO has some success stories to share. Breakouts groups and room to go • Membership – Conference Romm 4 • Financial management/Funding – Conference Room 5 • Managing the Organisation effectively – Conference Room 7 • Program for Girls – Social Hall • Training for Adults – Social Hall • Managing Competition and Partnerships – Conference Room 6