The World Organization of Scout Movement [WOSM] honored The Kenya Scouts Association to host the 13th World Scout Moot from 27th July to 7th August 2010 on behalf of Africa Scout Region. The Kenya Scouts Association is the largest youth movement in Kenya with over 300,000 scouts and over 20,000 scout leaders.

The World Scout Moot is a gathering of young adults aged 19 – 26 years who come together to share experiences and participate in offering of service to communities. If you are older you can attend as IST [International Service Team] staff member. The World Scout Moot is held every four years and has been held twelve times before,  the last one was held in Hwalien, Taiwan China in 2004

This event is the first Scout Moot to be held in Africa therefore making it a very special occasion for the whole continent.

The event will draw 3000 participants from all over the world.

The overall purpose of Rover Moot is to discharge service to their communities. Though it is done in the camping setting, the participants will spend most of their time doing services that respond to the contemporary needs.

DATE:   27th July – 7th august 2010


NEAREST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:  Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
It is the Kenya’s largest Aviation facility and the busiest airport
in Central Africa. The airport is located South-East of Nairobi
15km from Nairobi’s Central Business District]

    1. Participants: 2,500 young people aged 18-26 at the time of the Moot.
    2. International Service Team (IST): 390 IST, aged 26 years and over at the time of the Moot.