|Country Burkina Faso|
Province Bam Province
Time zone GMT 0 (UTC+0)
|Region Centre-Nord Region|
Department Rollo Department
Population 1,374 (2005)
|Weather 25°C, Wind NE at 10 km/h, 12% Humidity|
Ibi, Burkina Faso is a village in Rollo Department of Bam Province in northern Burkina Faso, West Africa. It has a population of 1374, mostly Mossi peoples. It is accessed by a track from Rollo and is very remote, even by the standards of northern Burkina Faso. There are no vehicles in the village other than mopeds, carts and bicycles and traditional agriculture is the main occupation.
The community is split into two hamlets, old and new Ibi, separated by about 1 km. The village was known for community efforts to build soil and water conservation initiatives in the 1990s, supported by the German PATECORE project, and hosted development workers and researchers.