Ogooué-Lolo Province

The Ogooué-Lolo Province is one of the nine provinces of Gabon, slightly southeast of central Gabon. The regional capital is Koulamoutou, a city of approximately 16,000 people. It is the ninth largest city in Gabon and the home of slightly more than one-third of the provincial population.

  • Area: 25,380 km²
  • 2-letter abbreviation/HASC: GA-OL
  • ISO 3166-2: GA-07
  • Population (2013): 65,771
Ogooué-Lolo
Ogooué-Lolo Province in Gabon
Ogooué-Lolo Province in Gabon
Coordinates: 1°0′S 12°30′E / 1.000°S 12.500°E / -1.000; 12.500Coordinates: 1°0′S 12°30′E / 1.000°S 12.500°E / -1.000; 12.500
Country Gabon
CapitalKoulamoutou
Area
 • Total25,380 km2 (9,800 sq mi)
Population
 (2013 census)
 • Total65,771
 • Density2.6/km2 (6.7/sq mi)
HDI (2017)0.633[1]
medium

Its length runs from the 3 S to 2 N and from 10 E to 11 E.

To the south, Ogooué-Lolo borders the Niari Region of the Republic of the Congo. Domestically, it borders the following provinces:

DepartmentsEdit

Ogooué-Lolo is divided into 4 departments:[2]

Historical populationEdit

Year Population Change Density
1980 49,915 1.966/km²
1993 43,915 −6,000/−12.02% 1.73/km²

The population from 1981 to 1991 lost slightly more than one tenth of the total 1981 population. The population loss was slower than other provinces in Gabon.

PlacesEdit

Place Latitude Longitude Altitude
Abena 1.1 S 13.1667 E 275 m
Angonde 1.0833 S 13.11667 E 274 m
Babaousa 0.8667 S 12.833 E 229 m
Badiabiki 1.6833 S 12.2833 E 698 m
Badouma 0.75 S 12.85 E 240 m
Bambecan 0.9667 S 12.7833 E 307 m
Bambera-Biyoko 1.11667 S 12.933 E 312 m
Bandangala 1.33 S 12.5667 E 551 m
Bangadi 1.1667 S 12.9833 E 318 m
Bangassou 0.95 S 12.65 E 262 m
Bangondo 1.4 S 12.45 E 478 m
Baniati 1.01667 S 12.21667 E 445 m
Baposso 0.6833 S 13.033 E 334 m
Bapouno 0.95 S 12.6 E 258 m
Bassaki 1.31667 S 12.11667 E 593 m
Bassegua 0.833 S 12.8 E 204 m
Bola Pessou 1.15 S 12.4833 E 364 m
Boudela 1.033 S 12.01667 E 600 m
Boudouga 1.1833 S 12.15 E 533 m
Boudoumbou 0.81667 S 12.7833 E 202 m
Boudzoumba 0.71667 S 13.01667 E 303 m
Boueka 1.3833 S 12.6333 E 507 m
Boulemba 1.0833 S 13.133 E 274 m
Boumabango 0.95 S 12.95 E 259 m
Boundgi 1 S 11.85 E 550 m
Boundji 0 S 12 E 195 m
Boundji 1.4 S 12.3833 E 603 m
Boungou 1.81667 S 12.51667 E 803 m
Bounzoukou 1.1 S 12.91667 E 313 m
Boupounza 1.2667 S 11.9833 E 664 m
Boussa 0.55 S 12.41667 E 190 m
Boussimbi 1.533 S 12.1833 E 670 m
Boussoka 1.1833 S 12.5833 E 449 m
Boussouniabamba 1.233 S 12.61667 E 466 m
Boutala 0 S 12 E 211 m
Boutemba 0.7667 S 12.533 E 196 m
Bouvinga 1.033 S 12.2 E 449
Bouyangoula 1.4 S 12.21667 E 621 m
Kokomingheli 0.71667 S 12.933 E 252 m
Konanadembe 1 S 12 E 453 m
Konanadembe 1.35 S 12.6833 E 475 m
Konda 1 S 12 E 426 m
Konda 1.31667 S 12.6833 E 461 m
Kondakoko 1.6 S 12.2833 E 682 m
Kongo-Godafala 0.91667 S 12.633 E 236 m
Kongou 1 S 12 E 608 m
Kouadembe 1 S 12.1833 E 453 m
Kouanou 1.3 S 12.2833 E 588 m
Koubala 1.3667 S 12.233 E 615 m
Koulamoutou 1.133 S 12.4833 E 355 m
Koumamala 1 S 12 E 613 m
Koumou 1.633 S 12.733 E 609 m
Kounadembe 1.433 S 12.3833 E 607 m
Kouta 1.22 S 12.25 E 606 m
Mogabo 457 m
Mogombofala


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sub-national HDI - Area Database - Global Data Lab". hdi.globaldatalab.org. Retrieved 2018-09-13.
  2. ^ "Gabon: administrative units, extended". geohive.com.