Cantons of Togo

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The cantons of Togo are the third-level administrative units of the country, after regions and prefectures; which in turn they are subdivided into villages. They are similar to communes or sub-districts or sub-prefectures of other French African nations.

As of 2013 there were 387 cantons of Togo.[1]

Centrale Region[edit]

  • 04 Prefectures and 01 Sub-Prefecture; 60 Cantons

Kara Region[edit]

  • 07 Prefectures; 75 Cantons

Maritime Region[edit]

  • 07 Prefectures; 73 Cantons

Plateaux Region[edit]

  • 12 Prefectures; 110 Cantons

Savanes Region[edit]

  • 05 Prefectures; 69 Cantons

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Le processus de décentralisation au Togo" (PDF) (in French). Cifal-ouaga.org. Retrieved 15 June 2015. 

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