Khénifra Province

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Khénifra is a province in the Moroccan economic region of Meknès-Tafilalet. Its population in 2004 is 511,538.[1]

The major cities and towns are: [2]

Subdivisions[edit]

The province is divided administratively into the following:[1]

Name Geographic code Type Households Population (2004) Foreign population Moroccan population Notes
Khenifra 301.01.01. Municipality 16495 72672 53 72619
Midelt 301.01.03. Municipality 9549 44781 30 44751 [2]
M'Rirt 301.01.05. Municipality 8092 35196 8 35188
Aït Ishaq 301.03.01. Rural commune 4287 19624 4 19620 11806 residents live in the center, called Aït Ishaq; 7818 residents live in rural areas.
Ait Saadelli 301.03.03. Rural commune 486 2621 0 2621
El Kbab 301.03.05. Rural commune 3457 16719 3 16716 8541 residents live in the center, called El Kbab; 8178 residents live in rural areas.
Kerrouchen 301.03.07. Rural commune 1482 7598 0 7598 1967 residents live in the center, called Kerrouchen; 5631 residents live in rural areas.
Ouaoumana 301.03.09. Rural commune 1647 7846 1 7845
Sidi Yahya Ou Saad 301.03.11. Rural commune 1662 8559 0 8559
Tighassaline 301.03.13. Rural commune 3098 14076 1 14075 7336 residents live in the center, called Tighassaline; 6740 residents live in rural areas.
Aguelmam Azegza 301.05.01. Rural commune 1585 8817 0 8817
Aguelmous 301.05.03. Rural commune 7082 35849 4 35845 11390 residents live in the center, called Aguelmous; 24459 residents live in rural areas.
El Borj 301.05.05. Rural commune 920 4985 0 4985
El Hammam 301.05.07. Rural commune 2887 15438 1 15437 2217 residents live in the center, called Tighza; 13221 residents live in rural areas.
Had Bouhssoussen 301.05.09. Rural commune 1422 7281 0 7281 2421 residents live in the center, called Had Bouhssoussen; 4860 residents live in rural areas.
Lehri 301.05.11. Rural commune 1641 9424 0 9424
Moha Ou Hammou Zayani 301.05.13. Rural commune 8671 39661 4 39657 28933 residents live in the center, called Amalou Ighriben; 10728 residents live in rural areas.
Moulay Bouazza 301.05.15. Rural commune 1968 9328 0 9328 5241 residents live in the center, called Moulay Bouazza; 4087 residents live in rural areas.
Oum Rabia 301.05.17. Rural commune 2033 11314 2 11312
Sebt Ait Rahou 301.05.19. Rural commune 1896 10209 1 10208
Sidi Amar 301.05.21. Rural commune 521 2762 0 2762
Sidi Hcine 301.05.23. Rural commune 597 3614 0 3614
Sidi Lamine 301.05.25. Rural commune 3134 16340 0 16340 5089 residents live in the center, called Kehf Nsour; 11251 residents live in rural areas.
Aghbalou 301.07.01. Rural commune 1584 8292 0 8292 1703 residents live in the center, called Aghbalou; 6589 residents live in rural areas.[2]
Agoudim 301.07.03. Rural commune 714 4431 0 4431 [2]
Ait Ayach 301.07.05. Rural commune 1877 11260 0 11260 [2]
Ait Ben Yacoub 301.07.07. Rural commune 810 4310 0 4310 [2]
Ait Izdeg 301.07.09. Rural commune 1503 8431 24 8407 [2]
Amersid 301.07.11. Rural commune 1117 6183 0 6183 [2]
Anemzi 301.07.13. Rural commune 760 4313 0 4313 [2]
Boumia 301.07.15. Rural commune 3494 15204 2 15202 12444 residents live in the center, called Boumia; 2760 residents live in rural areas.[2]
Itzer 301.07.17. Rural commune 2354 10719 0 10719 5947 residents live in the center, called Itzer; 4772 residents live in rural areas.[2]
Mibladen 301.07.19. Rural commune 573 3087 1 3086 [2]
Sidi Yahya Ou Youssef 301.07.21. Rural commune 461 2538 0 2538 [2]
Tanourdi 301.07.23. Rural commune 416 2777 0 2777 [2]
Tizi N'Ghachou 301.07.25. Rural commune 508 3053 0 3053 [2]
Tounfit 301.07.27. Rural commune 2462 12306 0 12306 7278 residents live in the center, called Tounfit; 5028 residents live in rural areas.[2]
Zaida 301.07.29. Rural commune 2062 9920 0 9920 4968 residents live in the center, called Zaida; 4952 residents live in rural areas.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Recensement général de la population et de l'habitat de 2004". Haut-commissariat au Plan, Lavieeco.com. Retrieved 27 April 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Part of Midelt Province since 2009.

Coordinates: 32°56′22″N 5°40′03″W / 32.93944°N 5.66750°W / 32.93944; -5.66750