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Mandera County

Mandera County is a county in the former North Eastern Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Mandera. The county has a population of 1,025,756 (2009 census) [1] and an area of 25,797.7 km².

Local authorities (councils)
Authority Type Population* Urban pop.*
Mandera Town 39,697 30,433
Mandera County County 210,675 22,505
Total - 250,372 52,938
* 1999 census. Source: [1]
Administrative divisions
Division Population* Pop. density* Area (km²) Headquarters
Ashabito 33,034 7 x Rhamu
Banisa 38,411 27 x Banissa
Central 43,916 437 x Mandera
Dandu 16,534 8 x Takaba
El Wak 16,391 26 x El Wak
Fino 7,910 4 x Lafey
Hareri 5,468 5 x Mandera
Khalalio 7,948 16 x Mandera
Kotulo 12,955 5 x Elwak
Lafey 7,865 9 x Lafey
Libehia 2,992 4 x Mandera
Malkamari 12,498 7 x Mandera
Rahamu Dimtu 7,371 8 x Rhamu
Rhamu 10,818 75 x Rhamu
Shimbir Fatuma 5,179 3 x Elwak
Takaba 9,668 3 x Takaba
Warankara 3,042 3 x Lafey
Wargadud 8,372 8 x Elwak
Sala 4,322 5 x Lafey
Kiliweri 7,572 9 x Banisa Total 250,372 9 (average) x -
* 1999 census. Sources: [2]

Contents

  • Electoral constituencies 1
  • Villages and settlements 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Electoral constituencies

The county has six constituencies:

Villages and settlements

References

  1. ^ http://www.scribd.com/doc/36672705/Kenya-Census-2009

External links

  • http://softkenya.com/county/mandera-county/ Mandela County
  • Map of the District
  • http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/RWB.NSF/db900SID/VBOL-6UEDLF?OpenDocument
  • http://www.aridland.go.ke/districts.asp?DistrictID=9


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