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Sub-prefectures of the Central African Republic

Sub-Prefectures of the Central African Republic
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Central African Republic

The prefectures of the Central African Republic are divided into 71 sub-prefectures (French: sous-préfectures). The sub-prefectures are listed below, by prefecture.

Bamingui-Bangoran Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Bamingui-Bangoran

Bangui Commune

Commune of Bangui

Basse-Kotto Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Basse-Kotto

Haut-Mbomou Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Haut-Mbomou

Haute-Kotto Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Haute-Kotto

Kémo Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Kemo

Lobaye Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Lobaye

Mambéré-Kadéï Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Mambere-Kadei

Mbomou Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Mbomou

Nana-Grébizi Economic Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Nana-Grebizi

Nana-Mambéré Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Nana-Mambere

Ombella-M'Poko Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Ombella-M'Poko

Ouaka Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Ouaka

Ouham Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Ouham

Ouham-Pendé Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Ouham-Pende

Sangha-Mbaéré Economic Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Sangha-Mbaere

Vakaga Prefecture

Sub-prefectures of Vakaga

See also

External links

website about Central African Republic

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