The Cantons of Togo are the third-level administrative units of the country, after regions and prefectures; which in turn they are subdivided into villages. They are similar to communes or sub-districts or sub-prefectures of other French African nations.

As of 2013 there were 387 cantons, grouped within 35 prefectures.[1] However, as of May 2019, there are 394 cantons, grouped within 39 prefectures.[2]

Centrale Region

Kara Region

Maritime Region

Plateaux Region

Savanes Region

References

  1. ^ "Le processus de décentralisation au Togo" (PDF) (in French). Cifal-ouaga.org. Retrieved 15 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Télégramme228 - Voici comment les 394 cantons du Togo sont répartis sous les 117 communes" (in French). Télégramme228. Retrieved 19 May 2019.