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Regions of Malawi

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Regions of Malawi

Regions of Malawi
Madera Malawi (Chewa)
Category Unitary state
Location Republic of Malawi
Number 3 Regions
Populations 1,708,930 (Northern Region) – 5,876,784 (Southern Region)
Areas 10,398 square miles (26,930 km2) (Northern Region) - 13,742 square miles (35,590 km2) (Central Region)
Government Region government, National government
Subdivisions District
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Malawi is divided into 3 regions which comprise a combined total of 28 districts.

The regions of Malawi are:

Population: 1,708,930 (2008 census)
Area: 26,931 km2 (10,398 sq mi)
Population: 5,510,195 (2008 census)
Area: 35,592 km2 (13,742 sq mi)
Capital: Lilongwe
Population: 5,876,784 (2008 census)
Area: 31,753 km2 (12,260 sq mi)
Capital: Blantyre.

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