The membership badge of the Fédération Libanaise des Eclaireuses et des Guides and many of the member Guide emblems incorporate the Cedar of Lebanon, the national symbol.
Badge of the Association des Guides du Liban
Badge of the Association des Eclaireuses du Liban
Masharih Girl Scouts Association, not recognized by WAGGGS
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