Hahake District

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Map of Wallis Island showing the 3 districts:Hahake is located in the middle
Map of Wallis Island showing the 3 districts:
Hahake is located in the middle
Coordinates: 13°17′S 176°11′W / 13.283°S 176.183°W / -13.283; -176.183Coordinates: 13°17′S 176°11′W / 13.283°S 176.183°W / -13.283; -176.183
Country  France
Territory  Wallis and Futuna
Island Wallis
Chiefdom Uvea
Capital Mata-Utu
 • Total 27.8 km2 (10.7 sq mi)
Population (2008)
 • Total 3,759
Time zone UTC+12
No. of municipalities 6

Hakake (Uvean for "East") is one of the 5 districts of Wallis and Futuna, located in Wallis Island, in the Pacific Ocean. It is part of the Chiefdom of Uvea.


Located in the middle of the island, Hahake borders with the districts of Hihifo and Mua. Mata-Utu (or Matāʻutu) is the capital of the district, and of the Wallis and Futuna Territory as a whole.

The district is divided into 6 municipal villages:[1]

Village Population
Mata'utu 1,266
Liku 688
Falaleu 650
Aka'aka 538
Ahoa 464
Haafuasia 419

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