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Asia-Pacific Region

About Asia-Pacific Region

Scouting is a global youth movement with over 40 million members worldwide, of which more than 29 million Scouts are part of the Asia-Pacific Region. The role of the Asia-Pacific Region is to support our 24 member National Scout Organizations (NSOs), two associate members, and several potential countries.

The Asia-Pacific Region covers a total land area of 21 million square kilometres extending from Mongolia in the north to New Zealand in the south, from Pakistan in the west to French Polynesia in the east.