Jump to: navigation, search Fédération des Scouts de la République démocratique du CongoFédération des Scouts de la République démocratique du Congo.svgFederation of Scouts of the Democratic Republic of the Congo CountryDemocratic Republic of the Congo Fo

Jump to: navigation, search Fédération des Scouts de la République démocratique du Congo Fédération des Scouts de la République démocratique du Congo.svg Federation of Scouts of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Country Democratic Republic of the Congo Founded 1924 Membership 71,486 Chief Commissioner Bertin Makolo Muswaswa Affiliation World Organization of the Scout Movement Scouting portal The Fédération des Scouts de la République démocratique du Congo (FESCO), the national federation of eleven Scouting organizations of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, was founded in 1924, and became a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) first in 1963 and again in 1981. The coeducational Fédération des Scouts de la République démocratique du Congo has 71,486 members as of 2010.[1] Federation des Boy-Scouts du Congo.png Scouting was banned in the Congo in 1967 by the government, and was restarted in the late 1970s. In 1981, the Organisations des Eclaireurs du Zaïre (OEZA) was readmitted to the WOSM. In 1990, the OEZA changed its structure and was renamed Fédération des Scouts du Zaïre (FSZ), the direct predecessor of the present FESCO. The FESCO consists of eleven regional national Scout associations, reflecting the structure of the country. There was a general meeting in 2004 of all the Scout Associations with the intention of helping pave the way for creating a single national Scout association.

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