Makamba Province

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Makamba Province
Province
Burundi Makamba.png
Country  Burundi
Capital Makamba
Area
 • Total 1,959.60 km2 (756.61 sq mi)
Population (2008 census)
 • Total 430,899
 • Density 220/km2 (570/sq mi)

Makamba Province is the southernmost province of Burundi. The province has a population of 430,899 (2008 census) and covers an area of 1,960 km². The provincial capital is Makamba. Makamba has six communes. Many refugees have returned from Tanzania to this province, especially to the communes of Kayogoro, Nyanza lac, Mabanda and Vugizo. This causes a big problem, because there is not enough land for everybody. It is the most fertile province of Burundi.

Communes[edit]

It is divided administratively into the following communes:

Coordinates: 4°15′51″S 29°49′0″E / 4.26417°S 29.81667°E / -4.26417; 29.81667