Regional Presence

To enable AfBSA to be truly regional the Africa has been divided into five regions namely: Western, Northern, Central, East and Southern Africa. Each region has several countries under the respective region.

Map Showing the administrative areas of AfBSA

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Western Africa (13 countries)

  1. Benin Guinea,
  2. Burkina Fasso
  3. Cape Verde
  4. Cotre d’Ivorie ,
  5. Gambia,
  6. Ghana,
  7. Guinea Bissau,
  8. Liberia,
  9. Mali
  10. Nigeria
  11. Senegal,
  12. Sierra Leone
  13. Togo

Central Africa (7 countries)

  1. Cameroon,
  2. Central Africa Republic,
  3. Chad
  4. Congo,
  5. Democratic Republic of Congo,
  6. Gabon,
  7. Sao Tome and Principe

Northern Africa (10 countries)

  1. Algeria,
  2. Egypt,
  3. Eritrea,
  4. Libya,
  5. Mauritania,
  6. Morocco,
  7. Niger,
  8. Sudan
  9. Tunisia,

Southern Africa (13 countries)

  1. Angola,
  2. Botswana,
  3. Comoros
  4. Lesotho,
  5. Madagascar,
  6. Mauritius
  7. Mozambique,
  8. Namibia
  9. Republic of South Africa,
  10. Seychelles,
  11. Swaziland,
  12. Zambia,
  13. Zimbabwe,

East and Horn of Africa (9 countries)

  1. Burundi,
  2. Djibouti
  3. Ethiopia,
  4. Kenya,
  5. Malawi
  6. Rwanda,
  7. Somalia,
  8. Tanzania,
  9. Uganda,