Dogiyai Regency

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Dogiyai Regency
(Kabupaten Dogiyai)
Regency
Country  Indonesia
Province Papua
Capital Kigamani
Area
 • Total 4,237.4 km2 (1,636.1 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Total 103,643
 • Density 24/km2 (63/sq mi)

Dogiyai Regency is one of the regencies (kabupaten) in Papua province of Indonesia. It covers an area of 4,237.4 sq.kms, and had a population of 84,230 at the 2010 Census;[1] the latest official estimate (as at January 2014) is 103,643. The administrative centre is the town of Kigamani.

Administrative Districts and Villages[edit]

When formed in 2007, the new Dogiyai Regency comprised three districts from within the existing Nabire Regency. The following is a table of the current districts (kecamatan) - and of villages by district - within the Dogiyai Regency, based on Statistics Indonesia,[2] with the district populations at the Census of 2010.

The Sukikai Selatan (South Sukikai) and Piyaiye Districts were formed from the former Sukikai District. The Mapia Barat (West Mapia), Mapia Tengah (Central Mapia) and Mapia Districts were formed from the former Mapia District. The Dogiyai, Kamu Selatan (South Kamu), Kamu, Kamu Timur (East Kam) and Kamu Utara (West Kamu) Districts were formed from the former Kamu District.

No. District
(kecamatan)
Population
at Census
2014[3]
Village
1 Sukikai Selatan
(South Sukikai)
3,720 Iyaro, Sukikai, Unito, Wigoumakida.
2 Piyaiye 10,575 Aporomakida, Deniyode, Egipa, Ideduwa, Kegata, Teipaugi, Ukagu, Yegiyepa.
3 Mapia Barat
(West Mapia)
4,557 Abouyaga, Maikotu, Toubaikebo, Yegoukotu.
4 Mapia Tengah
(Central Mapia)
10,124 Adauwo, Bonakunu, Diyeugi, Gabaukuna, Megaikebo, Modio, Putapa, Timepa, Tuamani / Atou, Ukudawata / Upibega.
5 Mapia 5,983 Abaimaida, Abaugi / Obaikagopa, Bomomani, Dawaikunu, Gabaikunu, Gapoya, Magode.
6 Dogiyai 11,326 Abgoigi / Digimani, Bobobutu, Denemani, Egebutu, Idadagi, Kigamani, Makidimi, Motito, Pona.
7 Kamu Selatan
(South Kamu)
12,347 Bogoya Teugi, Botumoma, Digikebo, Makidimi / Yepo, Matadi, Obaibega, Pouwouda, Puweta I, Puweta II, Tuwaida, Ugikagouda, Ugikebo.
8 Kamu 11,400 Bukapa, Ekemanida, Idakotu, Kimupugi, Mauwa, Moanemani / Ikebo, Putapa, Tokapo / Diyiyouwa.
9 Kamu Timur
(East Kamu)
5,978 Boduda, Bokaibutu, Bunauwo, Deiyapa, Nuwa, Ugapuga, Yotapuga.
10 Kamu Utara
(North Kamu)
8,220 Duntek, Ekimani, Idakebo, Ikrar, Kuyakago, Mogou, Obayo, Pugatadi I, Pugatadi II, Yametadi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.
  2. ^ http://www.bps.go.id/eng/
  3. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.