The Ghana Scout Association is a youth organization that aims to contribute to the education of young people in Ghana, helping them achieve their full potential as individuals, responsible citizens, and members of their communities.
The Ghana Scout Association was founded in 1912, making it one of the oldest Scouting organizations in Africa.
The association serves young people in various age groups, including Beavers (ages 6-8), Cubs (ages 9-11), Scouts (ages 12-15), Venture Scouts (ages 16-20), and Rover Scouts (ages 21-25).
To join, contact your local Scout group or visit the official website of The Ghana Scout Association for information on registration and local group locations.
The association provides a wide range of programs and activities, including camping, hiking, community service projects, leadership training, and skills development.