Uaboe District

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Uaboe district shown within Nauru.

Uaboe (also known as Waboe) is a district in the island nation of Nauru, located in the northwest of the island.

Covering about 0.8 km², Uaboe has a population of 330. Uaboe is the second-smallest district in Nauru. It is the only district other than Boe to have an area less than 1.0 km². The Nauru Local Government Council lands office is located in Uaboe, and the district is a part of the Ubenide Constituency.

Timothy Detudamo, linguist and governor of Nauru, was from Uaboe.

Coordinates: 0°31′S 166°55′E / 0.517°S 166.917°E / -0.517; 166.917