Centre is one of Burkina Faso's 13 administrative regions.The population of Centre was 1,523,980 in 2006 and increased by 40.2% in 5 years to 2,136,581 in 2011 (est.). It is the most populous and urbanised region in Burkina Faso; in 2006 11.1% of Burkina's population lived in Centre.
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Most of Burkina Faso is a wide plateau formed by riverine systems and is called falaise de Banfora. There are three major rivers, the Red Volta, Black Volta and White Volta, which cuts through different valleys. The climate is generally hot, with unreliable rains across different seasons. Gold and quartz are common minerals found across the country, while manganese deposits are also common. The dry season is usually from October to May and rains are common during the wet season from June to Sept
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As of 2007, there were 476.3 km of highways, 301.4 km of regional roads and 383 km of county roads. The first set of car traffic was 20, first set of two-wheeler traffic was 3,605 and the total classified road network was 1,161. The total corn produced during 2015 was 10,053 tonnes, cotton was 041 tonnes, cowpea was 63,787 tonnes, ground nut was 15,474 tonnes, millet was 69,722 tonnes, rice was 9,746 tonnes and sorghum was 142,311 tonnes. The coverage of cereal need compared to the total product
Centre-Ouest is one of Burkina Faso 's 13 administrative regions. The population of Centre-Ouest was 1,659,339 in 2019. The region's capital is Koudougou. Four provinces ( Boulkiemdé, Sanguié, Sissili, and Ziro) make up the region. As of 2019, the population of the region was 1,659,339 with 53.7% females.
Populated places in the Centre Region (Burkina Faso) (1 C, 3 P) Pages in category "Centre Region (Burkina Faso)" This category contains only the following page.
Centre-Sud is one of Burkina Faso 's 13 administrative regions. The population of Centre-Sud was 638,379 in 2006 and was estimated at 722,631 in 2011. The region's capital is Manga. Three provinces - Bazèga, Nahouri, and Zoundwéogo, make up the region. As of 2019, the population of the region was 788,341 with 52.6% females.
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1. Kadiogo (Ouagadougou) (#14 in map)
1. Bam (Kongoussi) (#2 in map) 2. Namentenga (Boulsa) (#26 in map) 3. Sanmatenga (Kaya) (#34 in map)
1. Bazèga (Kombissiri) (#4 in map) 2. Nahouri (Pô) (#25 in map) 3. Zoundwéogo (Manga) (#45 in map)
1. Boulgou (Tenkodogo) (#6 in map) 2. Koulpélogo (Ouargaye) (#19 in map) 3. Kouritenga (Koupéla) (#20 in map)
1. Gnagna (Bogandé) (#10 in map) 2. Gourma (Fada N'gourma) (#11 in map) 3. Komondjari (Gayéri) (#16 in map) 4. Kompienga (Pama) (#17 in map) 5. Tapoa (Diapaga) (#39 in map)
1. Loroum (Titao) (#23 in map) 2. Passoré (Yako) (#31 in map) 3. Yatenga (Ouahigouya) (#42 in map) 4. Zondoma (Gourcy) (#44 in map)
1. Oudalan (Gorom-Gorom) (#30 in map) 2. Séno (Dori) (#35 in map) 3. Soum (Djibo) (#37 in map) 4. Yagha (Sebba) (#41 in map)
1. Houet (Bobo-Dioulasso) (#12 in map) 2. Kénédougou (Orodara) (#15 in map) 3. Tuy (Houndé) (#40 in map)
1. Bougouriba (Diébougou) (#5 in map) 2. Ioba (Dano) (#13 in map) 3. Noumbiel (Batié) (#28 in map) 4. Poni (Gaoua) (#32 in map)
Boucle du Mouhoun Region
1. Balé (Boromo) (#1 in map) 2. Banwa (Solenzo) (#3 in map) 3. Kossi (Nouna) (#18 in map) 4. Mouhoun (Dédougou) (#24 in map) 5. Nayala (Toma) (#27 in map) 6. Sourou (Tougan) (#38 in map)
1. Comoé (Banfora) (#8 in map) 2. Léraba (Sindou) (#22 in map)
1. Boulkiemdé (Koudougou) (#7 in map) 2. Sanguié (Réo) (#33 in map) 3. Sissili (Léo) (#36 in map) 4. Ziro (Sapouy) (#43 in map)
« Le Centre », sur regions-bf.org, Association des régions du Burkina Faso (ARBF) (consulté le 8 avril 2013).Présentation et fiche d'informations sur la région. « La région du Centre en chiffres (édition 2011) », sur insd.bf, Institut national de la statistique et de la démographie (INSD) et Ministère de l'Économie et des Finances du Burkina Faso (consulté le 16 avril 2013).