Wezombeli, the national Scouting organization of the Comoros, was founded in 1975, and became a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 1990. The coeducational Wezombeli has 1,725 members as of 2004.
The development of Scouting has been hampered by civil unrest and lack of political stability in the country.
The Scout association has four sections:
The Routiers branch is open to boys and girls.
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