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Ouaka

Ouaka
Prefecture
Ouaka, prefecture of Central African Republic
Ouaka, prefecture of Central African Republic
Country Central African Republic
Capital Bambari
Area
 • Total 49,900 km2 (19,300 sq mi)
Population (2003 census)
 • Total 276,710
 • Density 5.5/km2 (14/sq mi)

Ouaka is one of the 14 prefectures of the Central African Republic.[1][2] It borders the Democratic Republic of the Congo, covers an area of 49,900 km², and has a population of 224,076 (2003 census), giving a population density of under 5 inhabitants/km². The capital is Bambari.

Towns and villages

  • Adodo
  • Afrotcho
  • Agbandjo
  • Aguéné
  • Angbaka
  • Angora
  • Angoua
  • Awatchie
  • Azouyomba
  • Babadja
  • Bada
  • Badjia
  • Bagaya
  • Bagou
  • Bahamo
  • Bakala
  • Bakala Koupi
  • Bakoro
  • Balepou
  • Baleyo
  • Baligo
  • Bambari (capital)
  • Banga
  • Banganendji
  • Bangba
  • Banguéré
  • Banindji
  • Baréamba
  • Batibla
  • Batobadja
  • Beidou
  • Belingo
  • Bianga
  • Bimbala
  • Bindi
  • Binguinendji
  • Bisibanda
  • Bologondjo
  • Bohola
  • Bothco
  • Bouassi
  • Bougwa
  • Boulou
  • Dakadjia
  • Dalio
  • Damangou
  • Dambagoua
  • Dami
  • Dangé
  • Digui
  • Djama
  • Djoubissi
  • Dokoua
  • Domanga
  • Douloungoa
  • Doumba
  • Doungba
  • Dourou
  • Gambala
  • Ganamandji
  • Gaoda
  • Gbadala
  • Gibada
  • Gibanda
  • Gimodo
  • Gotchélé
  • Grapou
  • Grengakola
  • Grimari
  • Goboudo
  • Gouhoutou
  • Goulinga
  • Gousoumalé
  • Guémé
  • Igoua
  • Ippy
  • Kabadou
  • Kedja
  • Kerela
  • Kidjigra
  • Kodjo
  • Kohiri
  • Komali
  • Komblé
  • Kongbanga
  • Kongolobadja
  • Kopia
  • Koropo
  • Kotanguisa
  • Kouango
  • Koudoukou
  • Koumbanga
  • Koumourou
  • Kouzouhindji
  • Kradé
  • Lekpa
  • Lioto
  • Makoulou
  • Malikara
  • Matchika
  • Mbahouba
  • Mbaranga
  • Mbaya
  • Méné
  • Modokouzou
  • Modomali-Mbrés
  • Mono
  • Moroubas
  • Ndioloussou
  • Ndoro
  • Ngadza
  • Ngahondji
  • Ngouyali
  • Ouamba
  • Oubou
  • Pangakora
  • Papa
  • Pierlot
  • Sakoua
  • Samblé
  • Séko
  • Siou
  • Tagbara
  • Tawangé
  • Tianbi
  • Tougoumalé
  • Tongouyassi
  • Toumba
  • Vevré
  • Vilao
  • Wali-Boykota
  • Wandalongo
  • Yabita
  • Yamindou
  • Yangao
  • Yangoumaka
  • Yangasa
  • Yassibazanga
  • Yéraoua
  • Youbandji
  • Zamahou

References

  1. ^ "Population Prefecture". stat-centrafrique.com. Retrieved 2 February 2012. 
  2. ^ "Central African Republic Prefectures". statoids.com. Retrieved 2 February 2012. 

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