Regions of the Central African Republic
by Juan Fandos-Rius
(UPDATED: 21 August 2016)

The administrative division of the Central African Republic into Régions was envisaged for the first time in 1993, then again by the Constitution of 14 January 1995. In April 1995 the country was divided into 16 prefectures grouped into seven regions. By means of Law No. 96.013 (Loi nº 96.013, du 13 janvier 1996) portant création des régions et fixant leurs limites territoriales (which slightly modified the April 1995 project) a regional system was finally foreseen and regions are to be considered a first administrative division level of the country, but as long as the regional system is not put into force Prefectures remain the first administrative division level of the Central African Republic.

A full list of the Regions of the Central African Republic, including their populations, area and boundaries can be found in: Serre, Jacques and Juan Fandos-Rius. Répertoire de l'Administration territoriale de la République Centrafricaine. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2014 (see below).

Région administrative 7 - Région BAS-OUBANGUI (Bangui) / Gbê-koddoro tî Dô-Ubangi (Bangi)
Région administrative 1 - Région PLATEAU (Sud-Ouest)   / Gbê-koddoro tî Mbongo-Dô
Région administrative 2 - Région EQUATEUR (Ouest)      / Gbê-koddoro tî Dô
Région administrative 3 - Région YADÉ (Nord-Ouest)     / Gbê-koddoro tî Banga-Dô
Région administrative 4 - Région KAGA (Centre-Ouest)   / Gbê-koddoro tî Bê-Dô
Région administrative 5 - Région FERTIT (Centre-Est)   / Gbê-koddoro tî Bê-Tö
Région administrative 6 - Région HAUT-OUBANGUI (Est)   / Gbê-koddoro tî Tö

 

VIENT DE PARAÎTRE Septembre 2014! / NEW RELEASE September 2014!

Répertoire de l'Admnistration territoriale de la République Centrafricaine
Jacques Serre et Juan Fandos-Rius

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