Counties of South Sudan

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The 28 states of South Sudan are divided into 180 counties. The original 10 states of the country contained 86 counties.[1]

Amadi State[edit]

  1. Mundri West
  2. Mundri East
  3. Mvolo
  4. Bangolo County
  5. Karikyere County
  6. Witto County
  7. Yeri County
  8. Lakama'di County
  9. Koto'bi County
  10. Bahr El Grindi County.

[2]

Aweil State[edit]

  1. Buonchai
  2. Ajak
  3. Kongdek
  4. Ajuet
  5. Chimel
  6. Mayom Wel
  7. Barmayen
  8. Aroyo
  9. Aweil

[3][4]

Aweil East State[edit]

  1. Wunlung
  2. Malualbaai
  3. Warguet
  4. Rumbek
  5. Madhol
  6. Wanyjok

[5][6]

Boma State[edit]

  1. Pibor County
  2. Pochalla

[7]

Eastern Bieh[edit]

  1. Uror
  2. Nyirol
  3. Akobo

[8]

Eastern Lakes State[edit]

  • Awerial North
  • Yirol North
  • Yirol
  • Malek ( Ramciel)
  • Madbar
  • Lou
  • Awerial South
  • Aluak-aluak
  • Ngop
  • Adior
  • Abang

[9]

Eastern Nile[edit]

  1. Malakal
  2. Renk
  3. Melut
  4. Baliet
  5. Akoka
  6. Koma
  7. Atar
  8. Khor Fulus

[10][11]

Fangak State[edit]

  1. Fangak County
  2. Ayod

[12]

Gbudwe State[edit]

  1. Mopoi
  2. Ri-Yubu
  3. Naandi
  4. Bangazagino
  5. Basukangbi
  6. Sakure
  7. Bangasu
  8. Nzara
  9. Ezo
  10. Tombura
  11. Nagero
  12. Yambio

[13]

Gogrial State[edit]

  1. Awan Pajook
  2. Awan Chan
  3. Awan Riau
  4. Aguok West
  5. Aguok Centre
  6. Aguok North
  7. Aguok South
  8. Kuac South
  9. Kuac North
  10. Apuk North
  11. Apuk East
  12. Apuk West
  13. Apuk South

[14]

Gok State[edit]

  1. Cueibet
  2. Abiriu
  3. Duony
  4. Waat
  5. Anyar Nguan
  6. Malou-Pech

[15]

Imatong State[edit]

  1. Torit
  2. Torit East
  3. Torit West
  4. Magwi
  5. Pageri
  6. Ayaci
  7. Ikwoto
  8. Geria
  9. Kidepo Valley
  10. Lafon
  11. Imehejek
  12. Lopit West

[16]

Jonglei[edit]

  1. Bor South
  2. Bor West
  3. Bor Centre
  4. Bor North
  5. Bor East
  6. Twic North
  7. Twic Center
  8. Twic South
  9. Duk Padiet
  10. Duk Payul
  11. Panyang

[17]

Jubek State[edit]

  1. Nyarkenyi
  2. Mangala
  3. Rajaf (Rejaf)
  4. Wonduruba
  5. Lobonok
  6. Rokon
  7. Oponi

[18]

Latjor[edit]

1. Nasir County 2. Ulang County 3. Thorow County 4. Malow County 5. Thior County

[19]

Lol State[edit]

  1. Gomjuer West
  2. Gomjuer East
  3. Marialbai
  4. Majakbai
  5. Malual North
  6. Malual Centre
  7. Korok East
  8. Korok West
  9. Kuru
  10. Ringi
  11. Ere

[20]

Maridi State[edit]

  1. Ibba County
  2. Maridi County

[21]

Namorunyang State[edit]

  1. Kapoeta South
  2. Kapoeta North
  3. Kapoeta East
  4. Budi
  5. Kimotong
  6. Ngauro
  7. Kauto
  8. Kimo

[22]

Northern Liech[edit]

  1. Rubkona
  2. Guit
  3. Koch County
  4. Mayom

[23]

Ruweng State[edit]

  1. Pariang
  2. Abienmhom

[24]

Southern Liech[edit]

  1. Mayendit
  2. Panyijar
  3. Leer

[25]

Terekeka State[edit]

  1. Terekeka
  2. Jemeza
  3. Tali
  4. Tigor
  5. Gwor

[26]

Tonj State[edit]

  1. Alabek
  2. Konggor
  3. Akop
  4. Lou Paher
  5. Rualbet
  6. Lou Pa
  7. Warrap
  8. Manloor
  9. Kirik
  10. Pagol
  11. Luanyjang South
  12. Luanyjang North
  13. Luanyjang Centre
  14. Luanyjang East
  15. Ananatak
  16. Manyang-Ngok
  17. Wanhalel
  18. Thiet
  19. Tonj

[27][28][29]

Twic State[edit]

  1. Akoc
  2. Panyok
  3. Wunrok
  4. Ajak
  5. Turalei

[30]

Wau State[edit]

  1. Kuarjina
  2. Roc Roc Dong
  3. Marial Bai
  4. Odechy
  5. Kangi
  6. Busalia
  7. Bagari
  8. Baili

[31]

Western Lakes State[edit]

  1. Rumbek North
  2. Rumbek East
  3. Rumbek Central
  4. Wulu

[32]

Western Nile[edit]

  1. Panyikang
  2. Kodok
  3. Manyo

[33]

Yei River State[edit]

  1. ŋepo
  2. Kindi
  3. Otogo
  4. Tore
  5. Wuji
  6. Yei River
  7. Morobo
  8. Kajo-Keji
  9. Kupera
  10. Lainya

[34]

References[edit]

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  13. ^ "Outgoing police spokesman to be Gbudwe State police commissioner". Radio Tamazuj. 8 March 2016. Retrieved 14 August 2016. 
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  16. ^ "Imatong: Speaker And Deputy Elected, Commissioners, Administrators Sworn In". Gurtong. 4 March 2016. Retrieved 14 August 2016. 
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  18. ^ "Jubek Governor Creates 7 Counties, Appoints Commissioners". Gurtong. 17 February 2016. Retrieved 14 August 2016. 
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