SDG Junior Ambassador Programme

The Hong Kong Girl Guides Association

SDG Junior Ambassador Programme

About JCI Hong Kong Jayceettes

JCI Hong Kong Jayceettes is a female-only organization, as well as one of the 21 local chapters of the Junior Chamber International Hong Kong.  Established in 1969 as the first lady chapter in Asia and the second in the world.  Its aim is to offer young people with 4 development opportunities on Individual Leadership, Community Responsibility, Business Development and International View, in order to bring constrictive improvement and social responsibility to create positive change to the world.


About SDG Junior Amassador Programme

The Sustainable Development Goals (also known as Global Goals or SDG) were agreed by global leaders at the United Nations in 2015 to shape the future of the world, and bring countries together to continue the work started by the Millennium Development Goals. The 17 new Global Goals represent an ambitious agenda to end poverty, fight climate change, and tackle all forms of inequality by 2030. In response to the Goals, the Hong Kong Girl Guides Association will collaborate with JCI Hong Kong Jayceettes to launch the “SDG Junior Ambassador Programme”, with the theme “Environment, Health and Well-being”. Through participation in SDG trainings, not only will the Brownies and Guides be able to enhance leadership skills, this will also encourage promotion of the United Nations SDGs at the community level and become a keen advocate to promote actions that respond to the goals.


“SDG Junior Ambassador Programme” – Learning Goals

  1. To have a better understanding of the significance of the 17 SDGs in their own lives
  2. To understand they are part of a global movement and their participation is important
  3. To indentify what goal(s) they care about and how they can make a difference as Junior Ambassadors
  4. To sharpen their activity planning skills and communication skills


The programme is for Brownies and Guides which consists of 5 one-hour-sessions, to explore 4 of the SDGs, including SDG 3 (Good Health & Well-being), 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation), SDG 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy) and SDG 13 (Climate Action), Through studying the goals, this will sharpen their activity planning skills, communication skills, and prepare to implement these goals in the community.  Brownies and Guides will be awarded with the programme badge upon completion of the requirements.



Collection of SDG Junior Ambassador Badge

Appointed Guiders may collect SDG Junior Ambassador Badge from HQs and award to their members who have completed the programme, by completing the Badge Collection Form and submit by post, fax, email or in person to the HKGGA Programme Department (8 Gascoigne Road, Kowloon). Each member could receive one free badge only.  Badges are subject to a first-come-first-served basis while stocks last.


The below events have been completed in related to the SDG Junior Ambassador Programme:

(Note: all the below events would be conducted in Cantonese)



Target Group

Individual and Group Competition

Starting from late April 2018

Individual Competition for Guides (14-18 years old) ended in late May 2018

Group Competition for Brownies (9-12 years old) ended in late July 2018

Guider and Peer Educator Workshop

6 May 2018 (Sunday)

Guider and Ranger

Girl Guide Workshop

20 May 2018 (Sunday)

Guides (14-18 years old)

Brownie Workshop

15 July 2018 (Sunday)

Brownies (9-12 years old)

Award Presentation and Closing Ceremony

11 August 2018 (Saturday)

All participants



2359 6817 (Programme Office – Circle Huen)

Last Update Date: 2018-11-28