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Departments of Burkina Faso

Communes of Burkina Faso
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Burkina Faso

The provinces of Burkina Faso are divided into 351 departments or communes (as of 2014).[1] The departments are listed below, by province:

Contents

  • List of departments by region and by province 1
    • Boucle du Mouhoun Region 1.1
      • Balé 1.1.1
      • Banwa 1.1.2
      • Kossi 1.1.3
      • Mouhoun 1.1.4
      • Nayala 1.1.5
      • Sourou 1.1.6
    • Cascades Region 1.2
      • Comoé 1.2.1
      • Léraba 1.2.2
    • Centre Region 1.3
      • Kadiogo 1.3.1
    • Centre-Est Region 1.4
      • Boulgou 1.4.1
      • Koulpélogo 1.4.2
      • Kouritenga 1.4.3
    • Centre-Nord Region 1.5
      • Bam 1.5.1
      • Namentenga 1.5.2
      • Sanmatenga 1.5.3
    • Centre-Ouest Region 1.6
      • Boulkiemdé 1.6.1
      • Sanguié 1.6.2
      • Sissili 1.6.3
      • Ziro 1.6.4
    • Centre-Sud Region 1.7
      • Bazèga 1.7.1
      • Nahouri 1.7.2
      • Zoundwéogo 1.7.3
    • Est Region 1.8
      • Gnagna 1.8.1
      • Gourma 1.8.2
      • Komondjari 1.8.3
      • Kompienga 1.8.4
      • Tapoa 1.8.5
    • Hauts-Bassins Region 1.9
      • Houet 1.9.1
      • Kénédougou 1.9.2
      • Tuy 1.9.3
    • Nord Region 1.10
      • Loroum 1.10.1
      • Passoré 1.10.2
      • Yatenga 1.10.3
      • Zondoma 1.10.4
    • Plateau-Central Region 1.11
      • Ganzourgou 1.11.1
      • Kourwéogo 1.11.2
      • Oubritenga 1.11.3
    • Sahel Region 1.12
      • Oudalan 1.12.1
      • Séno 1.12.2
      • Soum 1.12.3
      • Yagha 1.12.4
    • Sud-Ouest Region 1.13
      • Bougouriba 1.13.1
      • Ioba 1.13.2
      • Noumbiel 1.13.3
      • Poni 1.13.4
  • References 2
  • See also 3

List of departments by region and by province

Boucle du Mouhoun Region

Balé

Departments of Balé

Banwa

Departments of Banwa

Kossi

Departments of Kossi

Mouhoun

Departments of Mouhoun

Nayala

Departments of Nayala

Sourou

Departments of Sourou

Cascades Region

Comoé

Departments of Comoé

Léraba

Departments of Léraba

Centre Region

Kadiogo

Departments of Kadiogo

Centre-Est Region

Boulgou

Departments of Boulgou

Departments of Koulpélogo

Kouritenga

Departments of Kouritenga

Centre-Nord Region

Bam

Departments of Bam

Namentenga

Departments of Namentenga

Sanmatenga

Departments of Sanmatenga

Centre-Ouest Region

Boulkiemdé

Departments of Boulkiemdé

Sanguié

Departments of Sanguié

Sissili

Departments of Sissili

Ziro

Departments of Ziro

Centre-Sud Region

Bazèga

Departments of Bazèga

Nahouri

Departments of Nahouri

Zoundwéogo

Departments of Zoundwéogo

Est Region

Gnagna

Departments of Gnagna

Gourma

Departments of Gourma

Komondjari

Departments of Komondjari

Kompienga

Departments of Kompienga

Tapoa

Departments of Tapoa

Hauts-Bassins Region

Houet

Departments of Houet

Kénédougou

Departments of Kénédougou

Tuy

Departments of Tuy

Nord Region

Loroum

Departments of Loroum

Passoré

Departments of Passoré

Yatenga

Departments of Yatenga

Zondoma

Departments of Zondoma

Plateau-Central Region

Ganzourgou

Departments of Ganzourgou

Kourwéogo

Departments of Kourwéogo

Oubritenga

Departments of Oubritenga

Sahel Region

Oudalan

Departments of Oudalan

Séno

Departments of Séno

Soum

Departments of Soum

Yagha

Departments of Yagha

Sud-Ouest Region

Bougouriba

Departments of Bougouriba

Ioba

Departments of Ioba

Noumbiel

Departments of Noumbiel

Poni

Departments of Poni

References

  1. ^ resultats préliminaires de rgph 2006

See also

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