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Macina, Mali

Macina
Commune and town
Macina is located in Mali
Macina
Macina
Location in Mali
Coordinates:
Country  Mali
Region Ségou Region
Cercle Macina Cercle
Area[1]
 • Total 1,100 km2 (400 sq mi)
Elevation 274 m (899 ft)
Population (2009 census)[2]
 • Total 36,170
 • Density 33/km2 (85/sq mi)
Time zone GMT (UTC+0)

Macina (also Ké Macina and Massina) is a small town and rural commune in the Cercle of Macina in the Ségou Region of southern-central Mali. The commune covers an area of 1,100 square kilometers and contains the main town and 20 villages.[3] In the 2009 census the commune had a population of 36,170.[2]

The town of Macina lies on the north (left) bank of the Niger River. The farmland around the town forms part of the irrigated area of the Office du Niger and is used for growing rice. Water is diverted from the Niger River upstream of the Markala dam and fed into a system of canals.

References

  1. ^ "Common and Fundamental Operational Datasets Registry: Mali", United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs http://cod.humanitarianresponse.info/country-region/mali  . commune_mali.zip (Originally from the Direction Nationale des Collectivités Territoriales, République du Mali)
  2. ^ a b Resultats Provisoires RGPH 2009 (Région de Ségou) (in French), République de Mali: Institut National de la Statistique .
  3. ^ Communes de la Région de Ségou (in French), Ministère de l’administration territoriale et des collectivités locales, République du Mali .

External links

  • Plan de Sécurité Alimentaire Commune Rurale de Macina 2007-2011 (in French), Commissariat à la Sécurité Alimentaire, République du Mali, USAID-Mali, 2007 .
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