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Niger River (Master Africa)

Niger Basin Authority. Bamako, Niamey, Mopti, Tillabéri, Port Harcourt

The Niger River (West Africa), 4,180 kilometres, is the largest West-African river and the third largest river in Africa, the first is the Nile and the second is the Congo. The Niger River crosses six countries:

  1. Guinea
  2. Mali
  3. Niger
  4. Benin
  5. Nigeria (Niger Delta, Oil River)

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Features of the Niger River:

  1. Length of the Niger River: 4,180 kilometres
  2. Area of the Niger Basin: 2,117,700 square kilometres
  3. Main affluent of the Niger: Benue River (Cameroon)
  4. Others affluent are Sokoto, Kaduna, Benue and Anambra

Niger Basin Authority: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Mali, Niger, and Nigeria

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Itinerary of the Niger River:

The Niger River has a boomerang shape.

Sources of the Niger River:

  1. Mountains Loma (Sierra Leone), 800 meters of altitude
  2. Border: Sierra Leone-Guinea
  3. To 240 kilometres of the Atlantic Ocean

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Next, the Niger River goes to the north-east, through Guinea (Tindo, Faranah, Haut Niger National Park, Kankan, Kouroussa, Balato, Fandia, Sansando, Betela, Karifa, Bankou).

Guinea-Mali Border (South)

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In Mali, the Niger River crosses Bamako (the Bani River, from Ivory Coast, disembogue in the Niger River)

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Main ethnicities:

  1. Bozo
  2. Songhai
  3. Fula

Malian itinerary of the Niger River: Bamako, Koulikoro (Port), Souba, Ségou, Markala, Ke-Massina, Djenné, Mopti, Fatoma, Kona, circle of Diré, Niafunké, Timbuktu, Douentza, Dala, Boni, Tabi, Hombori, Gossi, Gao, Foulan, Ansongo, Tassiga.

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Mali-Niger Border

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Nigerien Itinerary of the Niger River: Ayouroum, Aliam, Tillabéri, Namaro, Niamey, Kollo, Say, National Park of W of Niger

Niger-Benin Border (Gaya, Malanville)

Benin-Nigeria Border (Gaya, Malanville)

Itinerary in Nigeria of the Niger River

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Tungan Gendenni, Zaria, Yelwa, Kainji Lake, Bambafu, Jebba, Pategi, Baro, Budon, Lokoja (affluent), Ajaokuta, Idah, Onitsha, Niger Delta, Port Harcourt (Atlantic Ocean)

Abuja is near of the Niger River

Economic region of the Niger basin (Niger Basin Authority)

  1. Benin
  2. Burkina Faso
  3. Cameroon
  4. Chad
  5. Ivory Coast
  6. Guinea
  7. Mali
  8. Niger
  9. Nigeria

Population of the economic region of the Niger Basin: 150 million inhabitants.

More information about the Niger Basin Authority, at EENI Website.

Economic Organisations in the region of the Niger Basin

  1. West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU)
  2. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  3. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)
  4. West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)

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