Boké Prefecture

Boké Prefecture
A cashew plantation owner in the Boké prefecture.
A cashew plantation owner in the Boké prefecture.
Location of Boké Prefecture and seat in Guinea.
Location of Boké Prefecture and seat in Guinea.
Country Guinea
RegionBoké Region
CapitalBoké
Area
 • Total11,124 km2 (4,295 sq mi)
Population
 (2014 census)
 • Total449,405
 • Density40/km2 (100/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+0 (Guinea Standard Time)

Boké is a prefecture located in the Boké Region of Guinea. The capital is Boké. The prefecture covers an area of 11,124 km.² and has a population of 449,405. It contains several economically important areas of the country, including those engaged in fishing, mining, and agriculture.[1]

Sub-prefectures

The prefecture is divided administratively into 10 sub-prefectures:

  1. Boké-Centre
  2. Bintimodiya
  3. Dabiss
  4. Kamsar
  5. Kanfarandé
  6. Kolaboui
  7. Malapouyah
  8. Sangarédi
  9. Sansalé
  10. Tanéné

References

  1. ^ Asima, Michael (June 12, 2015). "IOM and CDC conduct Ebola Virus Disease outbreak assessment in Boke, Guinea". IOM UN Migration. International Organization for Migration. Retrieved February 5, 2020.

Coordinates: 10°56′28″N 14°17′54″W / 10.94111°N 14.29833°W / 10.94111; -14.29833

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