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Map of Chad showing Ouaddaï.
|• Governor||Général Bichara Issa Djadallah (2012)|
Ouaddaï (Arabic: وداي) is one of the 23 regions of Chad and its capital is Abéché. It was created in 2002 from the former Ouaddaï Prefecture. Its main ethnic groups are the Arab people and the Maba. The economy is based on subsistence agriculture.
The region's population was 721,166 inhabitants in 2009.
Since 2008, the region of Ouaddaï is divided in three departments:
|Abdi||Abdi||Abdi, Abkar Djombo, Biyeré|
|Assoungha||Adré||Adré, Hadjer Hadid, Mabrone, Borota, Molou, Tourane|
|Ouara||Abéché||Abéché, Abougoudam, Chokoyan, Bourtaïl, Amleyouna, Gurry, Marfa|
- DEUXIEME RECENSEMENT GENERAL DE LA POPULATION ET DE L’HABITAT: RESULTATS GLOBAUX DEFINITIFS (PDF) (Report). INSEED. March 2012. p. 24. Retrieved 10 March 2017.
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