The Story of Scouting
Scouts Historical Highlights
What are the Scout Laws?
Become a Kenya Scouts Association member. Contact us today on email@example.com.
We commit to contribute to the development of free, supportive, responsible and committed citizens who are men and women of character and integrity, agents of development, creative persons and spiritual people needed to build a better Kenya.
Kenya Scouts are Agents of Development
Ready to serve others, involved in their Community, defenders and respecters of other people’s rights, pledged to democracy and committed to development, lovers of justice and promoters of peace.
Kenya has the largest number of registered Scouts in Africa.
Scouting in Kenya started in 1910 in Nairobi, with the formation of the first Nairobi troop at St John’s church consisting mostly of Asians and Europeans with the first African troop being formed at Alliance Boys high school under the name “First Kikuyu Troop” in 1927.
Scout voices from our partners, Scout leaders and commissioners.
Joseph Mucheru, EGH, MBS
The Scout Promise.
On my honour I promise that I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my Country
To help other people at all times;
To obey the Scout Law.
Random & interesting facts about Scouts
Scouts are Leaders: More than two-thirds of Scouts say there have been real life situations were Scout experience has helped them be a better leader.
Scouts are Helpful: Over two-thirds of Scouts’ parents and Scouts themselves say their willingness to help others has increased since their involvement in Scouting.
Scouts are Responsible: Over two-thirds of Scouts and their parents say their willingness to take on added responsibility has increased since their involvement in Scouting.
What is the Kenya Scout Objective?
We are mandated with the development of the youth to responsible members of the society.
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Our head office address:
+254 733 919 333
P.O. Box 41422- 00100 Nairobi, Kenya