World Thinking Day on 22nd February:

World Thinking day celebrated on 22nd February every year. In 1962 1st thinking day was formed at the fourth Girl Guide/Girl Scout International Conference held at Girl Scouts of the USA’s Camp Edith Macy. In the conference delegates prefer Lord Baden-Powell birthday 22nd February is the thinking day. Lord Baden-Powell founder of the Boy Scout Movement, and his wife Olave, who served as World Chief Guide. 1999 in Ireland 30th World Conference. In this World Conference members change the thinking day as world thinking day. Each year the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts set a theme – an important international issue, in addition to focus countries.

World Thinking Day 

World Thinking Day 2011 Theme:

The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts select a theme for each World Thinking Day and propose related activities. Themes include:

  • 2012: Environment.
  • 2011: Millennium Development objective 3: Girls globally say “Empowering girls will change our world”
  • 2010: Millennium Development objective 1: Girls globally say “jointly we can end extreme poverty and hunger”
  • 2009: Stop the spread of AIDS, malaria and other diseases, habitually reduced to stop the spread of diseases.
  • 2008: Think about water: it is expected that coming war in the future will be on water.
  • 2007: Find out your latent by taking the lead, rising friendships and speaking out, often shortened to discover your potential.
  • 2006: Consider about, speak about, and do somewhat about youngster health issues, often shortened to think about young person health.
  • 2005: Think regarding to food.

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