The Benin map product in PowerPoint format includes 8 slides, showing the location, the country boundary (adm0), national and regional capitals, and all the first level administrative boundaries of this country (adm1), the second level administrative boundaries of this country (adm2). Our professional design map can help to differentiate your presentation from the competition.
Benin is a country in West Africa. The capital of Benin is Porto-Novo, but the seat of government is in Cotonou, the country’s largest city. The Benin Outline Map shows the geographical location of this nation with respect to her neighboring countries: It is bordered by Togo to the west, by Nigeria to the east and by Burkina Faso and Niger to the north. Each of the neighboring countries is an editable map.
The Benin Map is the administrative map with 12 Departments and 77 Communes; each of the Departments is an editable map. The 12 Departments are B Alibori, Atakora, Atlantique, Borgou, Collines, Donga, Kouffo, Littoral, Mono, Ouémé, Plateau, and Zou.
The 77 Communes are Abomey, Abomey-Calavi, Adja-Ouere, Adjarra, Adjohoun, Agbangnizoun, Aguegues, Akpo-Misserete, Allada, Aplahoue, Athieme, Avrankou, Banikoara, Bante, Bassila, Bembereke, Bohicon, Bonou, Bopa, Boukombe, Come, Copargo, Cotonou, Cove, Dangbo, Dassa-Zoume, Djakotomey, Djidja, Djougou, Dogbo, Glazoue, Gogounou, Grand-Popo, Houeyogbe, Ifangni, Kalale, Kandi, Karimama, Kerou, Ketou, Klouekanme, Kobli, Kouande, Kpomasse, Lalo, Lokossa, Malanville, Materi, Natitingou, N’dali, Nikki, Ouake, Ouesse, Ouidah, Ouinhi, Parakou, Pehunco, Perere, Pobe, Porto-Novo, Sakete, Savalou, Save, Segbana, Seme-Kpodji, Sinende, So-Ava, Tanguieta, Tchaourou, Toffo, Tori-Bossito, Toucountouna, Toviklin, Zagnanado, Za-Kpota, Ze, and Zogbodomey.
The Benin maps are listed below with details; you can check each of them in the product gallery.
- Blank framed outline map with neighboring countries
- Blank outline map (adm0)
- Blank political map with first level administrative divisions (adm1)- Departments
- Political map labeled with adm1 names- Departments
- Political map with national and regional capitals- Departments
- Political map with capitals and adm1 names-Departments
- Blank political map with second level administrative divisions (adm2)- Communes
- Political map labeled with adm2 names- Communes
The country has a population of over 12 million people and is known for its rich cultural heritage, including the famous Dahomey Kingdom, which dominated the region in the 19th century. Despite its historical significance, Benin remains one of the poorest countries in the world, with high levels of poverty and unemployment.
Benin also faces challenges such as political instability, corruption, and poor infrastructure. However, the government has implemented reforms to improve the business environment and attract foreign investment. The country is also investing in education and healthcare, with a focus on improving access to these services for all citizens.
Benin is also known for its unique and vibrant traditional festivals, such as the Voodoo Festival, which draws thousands of visitors each year. The country’s rich cultural heritage is also reflected in its music, art, and cuisine, which are heavily influenced by its history and diverse ethnic groups.
In recent years, Benin has made progress in promoting tourism, with attractions such as the Pendjari National Park, home to a variety of wildlife including lions, elephants, and hippos. The country also has a long coastline with beautiful beaches and is home to the stunning Ganvie, a village built on stilts in the middle of a lake.
Despite its challenges, Benin has potential for economic growth and development. The country’s strategic location and natural resources, including cotton and cashews, provide opportunities for trade and investment. Benin also has a young and growing population, which presents a potential demographic dividend if investments in education and job creation are made.
Overall, Benin is a country with a rich cultural heritage, unique tourist attractions, and potential for economic growth. While it faces challenges, the government’s commitment to reform and investment in education and healthcare provide hope for a better future for its citizens.
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