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Namibia is divided into 13 administrative regions:

1. Caprivi 8. Ohangwena
2. Erongo 9. Omaheke
3. Hardap 10. Omusati
4. Karas 11. Oshana
5. Okavango 12. Oshikoto
6. Khomas 13. Otjozondjupa
7. Kunene    

Each of the 13 regions in Namibia are further subdivided into constituencies. The number and size of each constituency varies with the size and population of each region. There are currently 102 constituencies in Namibia. Further, each constituency votes for one councillor for the regional council of each region. There are currently 13 regional councils, corresponding to the 13 regions of Namibia. The most populous constituency is Hakanana, located inside of Windhoek; the least populous is Okatjali, in Oshana.

Caprivi  
Kongola
Linyanti
Sibinda
Katima Mulilo Urban
Katima Mulilo Rural
Kabe
Erongo  
Omaruru
Karibib
Brandberg
Arandis
Swakopmund
Walvis Bay
Hardap  
Gibeon
Rehoboth Rural
Rehoboth West Urban
Rehoboth East Urban
Mariental Urban
Mariental Rural
Karas  
Keetmanshoop Urban
Berseba
Lüderitz
Oranjemund
Karasburg
Keetmanshoop Rural
Kavango
 
Mpungu
Kahenge
Kapako
Rundu
Mashari
Ndiyona
Khomas
 
Hakanana
Wanaheda
Katutura Central
Katutura East
Khomasdal North
Windhoek West
Windhoek East
Windhoek Rural
Soweto
Kunene
 
Epupa
Opuwo
Outjo
Sesfontein
Kamanjab
Khorixas
Omaheke
 
Otjinene
Otjozondjou
Steinhausen
Gobabis
Buitepos
Aminuis
Ohangwena
 
Ongenga
Engela
Oshikango
Ondobe
Eenhana
Omundaungilo
Okongo
Ohangwena
Endola
Epembe
Omusati
 
Onesi
Tsandi
Uutapi
Okalongo
Oshikuku
Elim
Okahao
Anamulenge
Ogongo
Oshana
 
Oshakati
Ongwediva
Okaku
Okatana
Ondangwa
Ompundja
Uukwiyu
Okatjali
Uuvudhiya
Oshikoto
 
Oniipai
Onayena
Olukonda
Omuntele
Okatope
Okangolo
Omuthiygwiipundi
Engodi
Guinas
Oshikoto
Otjozondjupa

 
Grootfontein
Otavi
Okakarara
Otjiwarongo
Okahandja
Omatak