Africa Scout Conference
The Africa Scout Conference is the governing organ of the Africa Scout Region. It takes place every three years and formulates the general policy of the region through resolutions. It elects members of the Africa Scout Committee – the executive organ of the Africa Scout Region.
Each member National Scout Organization is entitled to send to the Africa Scout Conference up to six delegates and a number of observers to be determined in agreement with the organizing committee.
In conjunction to the Conference, a Regional Scout Youth Forum takes place. The aim of the Youth Forum is to provide a learning platform and to increase youth participation in decision-making processes of the organization.
Africa Scout Committee
The Africa Scout Committee, which is made up of 8 elected and 2 ex-officio members is the executive organ of the Africa Scout Region elected by the Africa Scout Conference. The committee is responsible to the Conference for the implementation of resolutions and functions as outlined in the Constitution of the Africa Scout Region.