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Districts of Ivory Coast

Current districts of Ivory Coast
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politics and government of
Ivory Coast
Recent history

The districts of Yamoussoukro and Abidjan. The remaining 12 districts are further subdivided into 31 regions, which are further subdivided into 108 third-level subdivisions, the departments (French: départements), which are further subdivided into 510 sub-prefectures (French: sous-préfectures).

List of districts

According to the last revision in September 2011, Ivory Coast's first-level subdivision was reorganized from 19 regions into 14 districts (12 regular districts and 2 autonomous districts). The districts were subdivided into 30 regions, which were further subdivided into 95 departments, which were further subdivided into 498 sub-prefectures.

  • The biggest city Abidjan and the capital Yamoussoukro and their surrounding areas were split from their regions to form autonomous districts. Of the remaining twelve districts, northern regions of Denguélé, Savanes, Vallée du Bandama, and Zanzan were re-designated as districts with no change in territory.
  • The old Agnéby and Lagunes regions were merged to form the new Lagunes district.
  • The old Bafing and Worodougou regions were merged to form the new Woroba district.
  • The department of Fresco was transferred from the former Sud-Bandama region to the Bas-Sassandra region to form the new Bas-Sassandra district, while the remainder of Sud-Bandama region merged with Fromager to form the new Gôh-Djiboua district.
  • The old Dix-Huit Montagnes and Moyen-Cavally regions merged to form the new Montagnes district.
  • The old Haut-Sassandra and Marahoué regions merged to form the new Sassandra-Marahoué district.
  • The old N'zi-Comoé and Lacs regions were merged to form the new Lacs district.
  • The old Moyen-Comoé and Sud-Comoé regions were merged to form the new Comoé district.

The following is the current list of districts, district capitals and each district's regions:

District District capital Regions Region seat Population[1]
Abidjan
(District Autonome d'Abidjan)
4,707,404
Yamoussoukro
(District Autonome du Yamoussoukro)
355,573
Bas-Sassandra
(District du Bas-Sassandra)
San-Pédro Gbôklé Sassandra 400,798
Nawa Soubré 1,053,084
San-Pédro San-Pédro 826,666
Comoé
(District du Comoé)
Abengourou Indénié-Djuablin Abengourou 560,432
Sud-Comoé Aboisso 642,620
Denguélé
(District du Denguélé)
Odienné Folon Minignan 96,415
Kabadougou Odienné 193,364
Gôh-Djiboua
(District du Gôh-Djiboua)
Gagnoa Gôh Gagnoa 876,117
Lôh-Djiboua Divo 729,169
Lacs
(District des Lacs)
Dimbokro Bélier Yamoussoukro 346,768
Iffou Daoukro 311,642
Moronou Bongouanou 352,616
N'zi Dimbokro 247,578
Lagunes
(District des Lagunes)
Dabou Agnéby-Tiassa Agboville 606,852
Grands-Ponts Dabou 356,495
Adzopé 514,700
Montagnes
(District des Montagnes)
Man Cavally Guiglo 459,964
Guémon Duékoué 919,392
Tonkpi Man 992,564
Sassandra-Marahoué
(District du Sassandra-Marahoué)
Daloa Haut-Sassandra Daloa 1,430,960
Marahoué Bouaflé 862,344
Savanes
(District des Savanes)
Korhogo Bagoué Boundiali 375,687
Poro Korhogo 763,852
Tchologo Ferkessédougou 467,958
Vallée du Bandama
(District de la Vallée du Bandama)
Bouaké Gbêkê Bouaké 1,010,849
Hambol Katiola 429,977
Woroba
(District du Woroba)
Séguéla Béré Mankono 389,758
Bafing Touba 183,047
Worodougou Séguéla 272,334
Zanzan
(District du Zanzan)
Bondoukou Bounkani Bouna 267,167
Gontougo Bondoukou 667,185

References

  1. ^ Districts of Côte d'Ivoire at statoids.com Institut National de la Statistique, Cote d'Ivoire.
  • Districts of Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) at Statoids.com
  • Carte du nouveau découpage administratif de la Côte-d'Ivoire (novembre 2011).
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