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Arrondissements of Benin

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Benin

The Arrondissements of Benin refer to the third-level administrative units of Benin, after Departments and communes. In turn they contain villages and may often have several quartiers or city districts/urban neighborhoods. There are currently 545 arrondissements.

The arrondissements, ordered by department and commune are as follows:[1]

Alibori Department

Banikoara

Banikoara, Founougo, Gomparou, Goumori, Kokey, Kokiborou, Ounet, Sompérékou, Soroko, Toura

Gogounou

Bagou, Gogounou, Gounarou, Ouara, Sori, Zoungou-Pantrossi

Kandi

Angaradébou, Bensékou, Donwari, Kandi I, Kandi II, Kandi III, Kassakou, Saah, Sam, Sonsoro

Karimama

Birni-Lafia, Bogo-Bogo, Karimama, Kompa, Monsey

Malanville

Garou, Guénè, Malanville, Mandécali, Tomboutou

Ségbana

Libantè, Liboussou, Lougou, Ségbana, Sokotindji

Atakora Department

Boukoumbè

Boukoumbè, Dipoli, Korontière, Kossoucoingou, Manta, Natta, Tabota

Cobly

Cobly, Datori, Kountori, Tapoga

Kérou

Brignamaro, Firou, Kérou, Koabagou

Kouandé

Birni, Chabi-Couma, Fô-Tancé, Guilmaro, Kouandé, Oroukayo

Matéri

Dassari, Gouandé, Matéri, Nodi, Tantéga, Tchianhoun-Cossi

Natitingou

Kotapounga, Kouaba, Koundata, Natitingou I, Natitingou II, Natitingou III, Natitingou IV, Perma, Tchoumi-Tchoumi

Péhunco

Gnémasson, Péhunco, Tobré

Tanguiéta

Cotiakou, N'Dahonta, Taiakou, Tanguiéta, Tanongou

Toucountouna

Kouarfa, Tampégré, Toucountouna

Atlantique Department

Abomey-Calavi

Abomey-Calavi, Akassato, Godomey, Glo-Djigbé, Hévié, Kpanroun, Ouédo, Togba, Zinvié

Allada

Agbanou, Ahouannonzoun, Allada, Attogon, Avakpa, Ayou, Hinvi, Lissègazoun, Lon-Agonmey, Sékou, Togoudo, Tokpa-Avagoudo

Kpomassè

Aganmalomè, Agbanto, Agonkanmè, Dedomè, Dekanmè, Kpomassè, Ségbeya, Ségbohoué, Tokpa-Domè

Ouidah

Avlékété, Djégbadji, Gakpè, Ouakpé-Daho, Ouidah I, Ouidah II, Ouidah III, Ouidah IV, Pahou, Savi

Sô-Ava

Ahomey-Lokpo, Dékanmey, Ganvié I, Ganvié II, Houédo-Aguékon, Sô-Ava, Vekky

Toffo

Agué, Colli-Agbamè, Coussi, Damè, Djanglanmè, Houégbo, Kpomé, , Séhouè, Toffo-Agué

Tori-Bossito

Avamè, Azohouè-Aliho, Azohouè-Cada, Tori-Bossito, Tori-Cada, Tori-Gare

Adjan, Dawé, Djigbé, Dodji-Bata, Hékanmè, Koundokpoè, Sèdjè-Dénou, Sèdjè-Houégoudo, Tangbo-Djevié, Yokpo,

Borgou Department

Bembèrèkè

Bembèrèkè, Béroubouay, Bouanri, Gomia, Ina

Kalalè

Basso, Bouka, Dèrassi, Dunkassa, Kalalè, Péonga

N'Dali

Bori, Gbégourou, N'Dali, Ouénou, Sirarou

Nikki

Biro, Gnonkourakali, Nikki, Ouénou, Sérékalé, Suya, Tasso

Parakou

1st arrondissement, 2nd arrondissement, 3rd arrondissement

Pèrèrè

Gninsy, Guinagourou, Kpané, Pébié, Pèrèrè, Sontou

Sinendé

Fô-Bourè, Sèkèrè, Sikki, Sinendé

Tchaourou

Alafiarou, Bétérou, Goro, Kika, Sanson, Tchaourou, Tchatchou

Collines Department

Bantè

Agoua, Akpassi, Atokoligbé, Bantè, Bobè, Gouka, Koko, Lougba, Pira

Dassa-Zoumè

Akofodjoulè, Dassa I, Dassa II, Gbaffo, Kèrè, Kpingni, Lèma, Paouingnan, Soclogbo, Tré

Glazoué

Aklankpa, Assanté, Glazoué, Gomè, Kpakpaza, Magoumi, Ouèdèmè, Sokponta, Thio, Zaffé

Ouèssè

Challa-Ogoi, Djègbè, Gbanlin, Kèmon, Kilibo, Laminou, Odougba, Ouèssè, Toui

Savalou

Djaloukou, Doumè, Gobada, Kpataba, Lahotan, Lèma, Logozohoué, Monkpa, Ottola, Ouèssè, Savalou-Aga, Savalou-Agbado, Savalou-Attakè, Tchetti

Savé

Adido, Bèssè, Boni, Kaboua, Ofè, Okpara, Plateau, Sakin

Donga Department

Bassila

Alédjo, Bassila, Manigri, Pénéssoulou

Copargo

Anandana, Copargo, Pabégou, Singré

Djougou

Barei, Bariénou, Bélléfoungou, Bougou, Djougou I, Djougou II, Djougou III, Kolokondé, Onklou, Patargo, Pélébina, Sérou

Ouaké

Badjoudè, Kondé, Ouaké, Sèmèrè I, Sèmèrè II, Tchalinga

Kouffo Department

Aplahoué

Aplahoué, Atomè, Azovè, Dekpo, Godohou, Kissamey, Lonkly

Djakotomey

Adjintimey, Bètoumey, Djakotomey I, Djakotomey II, Gohomey, Houègamey, Kinkinhoué, Kokohoué, Kpoba, Sokouhoué

Dogbo

Ayomi, Dèvè, Honton, Lokogohoué, Madjrè, Tota, Totchagni

Klouékanmè

Adjanhonmè, Ahogbèya, Aya-Hohoué, Djotto, Hondji, Klouékanmè, Lanta, Tchikpé

Lalo

Adoukandji, Ahondjinnako, Ahomadégbé, Banigbé, Gnizounmè, Hlassamè, Lalo, Lokogba, Tchito, Tohou, Zalli

Toviklin

Adjido, Avédjin, Doko, Houédogli, Missinko, Tannou-Gola, Toviklin

Littoral Department

Cotonou

1st arrondissement, 2nd arrondissement, 3rd arrondissement, 4th arrondissement, 5th arrondissement, 6th arrondissement, 7th arrondissement, 8th arrondissement, 9th arrondissement, 10th arrondissement, 11th arrondissement, 12th arrondissement, 13th arrondissement[2]

Mono Department

Athiémè

Adohoun, Atchannou, Athiémè, Dédékpoé, Kpinnou

Bopa

Agbodji, Badazoui, Bopa, Gbakpodji, Lobogo, Possotomè, Yégodoé

Comè

Agatogbo, Akodéha, Comè, Ouèdèmè-Pédah, Oumako

Grand-Popo

Adjaha, Agoué, Avloh, Djanglanmey, Gbéhoué, Grand-Popo, Sazoué

Houéyogbé

Dahé, Doutou, Honhoué, Houéyogbé, , Zoungbonou

Lokossa

Agamé, Houin, Houèdèmè-Adja, Koudo, Lokossa

Ouémé Department

Adjara

Adjarra I, Adjarra II, Aglogbé, Honvié, Malanhoui, Médédjonou

Adjohoun

Adjohoun, Akpadanou, Awonou, Azowlissè, Dèmè, Gangban, Kodè, Togbota

Aguegues

Avagbodji, Houédomè, Zoungamè

Akpro-Missérété

Akpro-Missérété, Gomè-Sota, Katagon, Vakon, Zoungbomè

Avrankou

Atchoukpa, Avrankou, Djomon, Gbozounmè, Kouty, Ouanho, Sado

Bonou

Affamè, Atchonsa, Bonou, Damè-Wogon, Houinviguè

Dangbo

Dangbo, Dékin, Gbéko, Houédomey, Hozin, Késsounou, Zounguè

Porto-Novo

1st arrondissement, 2nd arrondissement, 3rd arrondissement, 4th arrondissement, 5th arrondissement

Sèmè-Kpodji

Agblangandan, Aholouyèmè, Djrègbè, Ekpè, Sèmè-Kpodji, Tohouè

Plateau Department

Adja-Ouèrè

Adja-Ouèrè, Ikpinlè, Kpoulou, Massè, Oko-Akarè, Totonnoukon

Ifangni

Banigbé, Daagbé, Ifangni, Ko-Koumolou, Lagbé, Tchaada

Kétou

Adakplamé, Idigny, Kpankou, Kétou, Odometa, Okpometa

Pobè

Ahoyéyé, Igana, Issaba, Pobè, Towé

Sakété

Aguidi, Ita-Djèbou, Sakété I, Sakété II, Takon, Yoko

Zou Department

Abomey

Agbokpa, Dètohou, Djègbè, Hounli, Sèhoun, Vidolè, Zounzounmè

Agbangnizoun

Adahondjigon, Adingningon, Agbangnizoun, Kinta, Kpota, Lissazounmè, Sahé, Siwé, Tanvé, Zoungoudo

Bohicon

Agongointo, Avogbana, Bohicon I, Bohicon II, Gnidjazoun, Lissèzoun, Ouassaho, Passagon, Saclo, Sodohomè

Covè

Adogbé, Gounli, Houéko, Houen-Hounso, Lainta-Cogbè, Naogon, Soli, Zogba

Djidja

Agondji, Agouna, Dan, Djidja, Dohouimè, Gobè, Monsourou, Mougnon, Oungbègamè, Outo, Setto, Zoukou

Ouinhi

Dasso, Ouinhi, Sagon, Tohoué

Za-Kpota

Allahé, Assalin, Houngomey, Kpakpamè, Kpozoun, Za-Kpota, Za-Tanta, Zèko

Zagnanado

Agonli-Houégbo, Banamè, Don-Tan, Dovi, Kpédékpo, Zagnanado

Zogbodomey

Akiza, Avlamè, Cana I, Cana II, Domè, Koussoukpa, Kpokissa, Massi, Tanwé-Hessou, Zogbodomey, Zoukou

References

  1. ^ Institut National de la Statistique Benin accessed by Geohive
  2. ^ Présentation de la ville de Cotonou, INSAE
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