Dinandougou

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Dinandougou
Commune
Country  Mali
Region Koulikoro Region
Cercle Koulikoro Cercle
Area
 • Total 206 sq mi (534 km2)
Population (2005)
 • Total 17,841
 • Density 90/sq mi (33/km2)
Time zone GMT (UTC+0)

Dinandougou is a commune in the Cercle of Koulikoro in the Koulikoro Region of south-western Mali. The principal town lies at Kenekou and it has 28 villages: Banancoro, Bakolé, Bougoukoro, Bouramabougou, Dinan-Marka, Dinan-Bamanan, Diaguinébougou, Diecoungo, Dioni, Doubala, Donéguébougou, Fatiambougou, Gossigo, Goundando, Kakoulé, Kaliabougou, Kamani, Kassa, Mamadibougou, Ourongo, Sassila, Sirimou, Tamato, Tiécourabougou-Est, Tiécorurabougou-Ouest, Tieconungo, Tidiani-Tourébougou, and Tierkéla. As of 2005 the commune had a population of 17841.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Plan de sécurité alimentaire commune rurale de Dinandougou". Comissariat a la Sécurité Alimentaire. Retrieved August 10, 2011. 

Coordinates: 13°10′52″N 7°06′22″W / 13.18111°N 7.10611°W / 13.18111; -7.10611