The pairing which was conducted by the Confederation of African Football on Wednesday afternoon will see Gabon, Sierra Leone, Djibouti, DR Congo, Botswana and Namibia all battle in the U-17 preliminary round.
Whilst in the U-20 category, Sierra Leone, Djibouti, Burkina Faso, DR Congo, Gabon and Liberia will all battle for a place in the next round.
The winners between Sierra Leone and Gabon will advance to Round One and face Ghana in the weekend of 8th, 9th or 10th January 2016 for the first leg and on the 22nd, 23rd or 24th January for the return leg.
Elsewhere, the winner between Sierra Leone and Liberia will have to face Nigeria in the first round of the U-20 qualifiers.
The Falconets who finished as runners-up in the last edition of the World Cup staged in Canada after losing to Germany in the final will host the first leg between July 10th -12th, 2015 while the second leg will be between July 24th -26th, 2015.
Should either country (Sierra Leone or Liberia) get past the Falconets, they will meet either Namibia or DR Congo/Gabon in the second round before qualifying for the final round where they are likely to face South Africa for one of the two African tickets to the world tournament.