Ou Chum District
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For the commune and the village, see Ou Chum (commune).
Location of Ou Chum in Ratanakiri
Location of Ratanakiri in Cambodia
|Communes||Cha Ung, Chan/Puoy, Aekakpheap, Kalai, Ou Chum, Sameakki, L'ak|
|Time zone||Cambodia time (UTC+7)|
Ou Chum (Khmer: អូរជុំ) is a district located in Ratanakiri Province, in north-east Cambodia. In 1998 it had a population of 11,863. It contains 37 villages, which are located in seven communes.
|Commune (khum)||Villages (phum)||Population (1998)|
|Cha Ung||Char Ung Ket, Char Ung Chan, Phlay Ampil, Thuoy Tum, Char Ung Kao||1,733|
|Chan/Pouy||Chan, Kan Saeung, Kreh, Ta Ngach, Svay, Khmaeng, Krala, Kang Kuy||1,696|
|Aekakpheap||Pa Or, Pa Chon Thum, Oum, Krouch||1,752|
|Kalai||Kalai Muoy, Kalai Pir, Kalai Bei||820|
|Ou Chum||Ou Chum, Tharang Chong, Svay, L'eun Kreaeng, L'eun Chong, Tang Pleng, Tang Kamal, L'eun Kangmis||3,090|
|Sameakki||Ka Meaen, Prak, Ba Nhuk, Ping||1,424|
|L'ak||L'ak, Kralong, Kouk, Kam, Phum Pir||1,348|
- "Final Population Totals, Rotanak Kiri Province, 1998". Cambodia National Institute of Statistics. Accessed June 6, 2008.
- "Ratanak Kiri Province". Cambodia National Institute of Statistics. Accessed June 6, 2008.
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