Cantons and communes of Gabon

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As of 2011, Gabon contains 152 Cantons, 52 Communes, 29 Arrondissements, and 26 Districts.[1] These are the third-level administrative units of Gabon and between them make up the units of the Departments of Gabon.[2] Arrondissements tend to be units of major cities such as Libreville and communes are generally based around the main cities and towns and incorporating the surrounding rural area. The cantons of Gabon are largely rural in nature with a small town or large village as the main centre.

Estuaire Province[edit]

Commune of Libreville[edit]

Komo (Kango)[edit]

Komo-Mondah (Ntoum)[edit]

Noya (Cocobeach)[edit]

Haut-Ogooué Province[edit]

Commune of Franceville[edit]

Bayi-Brikolo (Aboumi)[edit]

Djoue (Onga)[edit]

Djououri-Aguilli (Bongoville)[edit]

Lékabi-Léwolo (Ngouoni)[edit]

Lekoni-Lekori (Akieni)[edit]

Lekoko (Bakoumba)[edit]

Leboumbi-Leyou (Moanda)[edit]

Mpassa (Franceville)[edit]

Ogooué-Létili (Boumango)[edit]

Plateaux (Leconi)[edit]

Sebe-Brikolo (Okondja)[edit]

Moyen-Ogooué Province[edit]

Abanga-Bigne (Ndjole)[edit]

Ogooue et des Lacs (Lambaréné)[edit]

Ngounié Province[edit]

Boumi-Louetsi (Mbigou)[edit]

Dola (Ndende)[edit]

Douya-Onoy (Mouila)[edit]

Louetsi-Bibaka (Malinga)[edit]

Louetsi-Wano (Lebamba)[edit]

Mougalaba (Guiétsou)[edit]

Ndolou (Mandji)[edit]

Ogoulou (Mimongo)[edit]

Tsamba-Magotsi (Fougamou)[edit]

Nyanga Province[edit]

Basse-Banio (Mayumba)[edit]

Douigni (Moabi)[edit]

Doutsila (Mabanda)[edit]

Haute-Banio (Ndindi)[edit]

Mongo (Moulèngui-Binza)[edit]

Mougoutsi (Tchibanga)[edit]

Ogooué-Ivindo Province[edit]

Ivindo (Makokou)[edit]

Lope (Booue)[edit]

Mvoung (Ovan)[edit]

Zadie (Mekambo)[edit]

Ogooué-Lolo Province[edit]

Lolo-Bouenguidi (Koulamoutou)[edit]

Lombo-Bouenguidi (Pana)[edit]

Mouloundou (Lastoursville)[edit]

Offoué-Onoye (Iboundji)[edit]

Ogooué-Maritime Province[edit]

Bendje (Port-Gentil)[edit]

Etimboue (Omboue)[edit]

Ndougou (Gamba)[edit]

Woleu-Ntem Province[edit]

Haut-Komo (Ndindi)[edit]

Haut-Ntem (Medouneu)[edit]

Ntem (Bitam)[edit]

Okano (Mitzic)[edit]

Woleu (Oyem)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Le Gabon en statistiques". Gabsoli.org. Retrieved 27 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "Gabon". Direction Generale de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques, Gabon, published by Geohive. Retrieved 27 August 2011. 

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