Sila Region

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Sila
Dar Sila
Region
Map of Chad showing Sila.
Map of Chad showing Sila.
Coordinates: 12°13′25″N 21°24′52″E / 12.22361°N 21.41444°E / 12.22361; 21.41444Coordinates: 12°13′25″N 21°24′52″E / 12.22361°N 21.41444°E / 12.22361; 21.41444
Country Chad
Departments 2
Sub-prefectures 10
Region 2008
Regional capital Goz Beïda
Population (2009)
 • Total 289,776

Sila or Dar Sila[1] is a region of Chad which was created in 2008 from the Ouaddaï region's former departments of Sila and Djourf Al Ahmar.

The capital of the region is Goz Beïda.

Subdivisions[edit]

The Sila region is divided into two departments:

Department Capital (chef-lieu) Sub-prefectures
Djourf Al Ahmar Am Dam Am Dam, Magrane, Haouich
Kimiti (fr) Goz Beïda Goz Beïda, Koukou-Angarana, Tissi, Adé, Mogororo, Kerfi, Moudeïna

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Map of Chad, showing region names and borders" (PDF). United Nations Cartographic Section. Retrieved 30 August 2012.