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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nana-Bakassa is a sub-prefecture of Ouham in the Central African Republic.[1][2]


The locality located on the left bank of the Nana Bakassa River, a tributary of Ouham, is crossed by the RN1 road connecting Bossangoa to the Chadian border. In 2014, the population of the locality is estimated at 7,516 inhabitants.[3]

The commune of Nana-Bakassa is located in the center of the prefecture of Ouham, it is surrounded by 6 neighboring communes.

Most villages are located on the Bossangoa - Nana-Bakassa - Chad road, RN1 national road.

Communes bordering Nana-Bakassa
Nanga Boguila Bede
Ndoro-Mboli Bossangoa Benzambé


In 2002, Nana-Bakassa was erected in sub-prefecture, resulting from a division of the sub-prefecture of Bossangoa.[citation needed]


The sub-prefecture of Nana-Bakassa is made up of the single commune of the same name. With 46,247 inhabitants and 174 villages recorded in 2003, the commune is the most populated of the prefecture.

Villages on the Nana-Bakassa axis at Bossangoa: Bodoni, Tigueda, Bondiba, Zian, Bofile, Konkon, Goniyari, Bendoui, Ndali, Pembe Farm, Anafio 2, Dabili, Boali, Bozanga, Anafio, Zian-Boy, Ngawele, Botoro , Ngai-Gban, Bokoura, Bodolé, Bokongo, Bodoro-Gassa, Gonissang-Gassa, Boferan, Léré, Boko, Bokessé, Bonkone, Bende, Bokine, Bodouk, Bozele, Bokpata 1, Kete-Cbanou, Gazouene, Nonsi, Bomboimo, Bongboto, Douben, Zoro, Bogoro, Gbaton.


Since 1960, the locality is the seat of the Catholic parish Holy Thérèse of the Child Jesus Nana Bakassa, it depends on the diocese of Bossangoa. The commune is the seat of another Catholic parish whose seat is in the locality of Kouki, Saint Laurent de Kouki.[citation needed]


In March 2013, after the closure of the Bossangoa factory, the industrial cotton crop gave way to subsistence crops.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Nana-Bakassa". The Weather Channel. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  2. ^ "Nana-Bakassa". Google Maps. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  3. ^ Reliefweb, Mécanisme de réponse rapide, 30 septembre 2014

This page was last edited on 12 June 2018, at 17:00
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