Five years later following the resolution, after tireless work led by Mr. Kiraithe O. A. Nyaga, Africa Scout Day was finally realized on 13th March 2000. In September 2010, the Africa Scout Committee resolved to give the Africa Scout Day celebration a regional outlook, by assigning a National Scouting Organization to host the main celebration; whereby Scouts and Scouters meet, along with their partners, to showcase their achievements and promote the “spirit of world kinship, cooperation and mutual assistance amongst Scout Organizations within the Region” (WOSM Constitution, Article XXI.1.A). It is also in this spirit that we call upon all NSO to use the opportunity of the Africa Scout Day to showcase their achievements at ail levels and take stock of the contribution Scouting is making towards a better Africa and a better world. Celebrating Africa Scout Day Every year, a regional event to mark the Africa Scout day is organized, with a main theme that varies from year to year. The event brings together Scouts from different countries in Africa and beyond for a 3 day camp; during which they will undertake numerous learning and community service activities. While the All Africa Scout Day celebration is open to all Scouts and Scouters from all over Africa as well as to their partners from across the world, it is recommended that participants from outside the hosting country be at least 14 years old. Participation at this main regional event does in no way prevent any NSO from organizing a decent Africa Scout Day celebration in their respective countries

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