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)[1]
 • Total 387,461

Sila or Dar Sila[2] is a region of Chad which was created in 2008 from the departments of Sila and Djourf Al Ahmar previously part of Ouaddaï Region.

The capital of the region is Goz Beïda.

Subdivisions[edit]

Sila 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. ^ DEUXIEME RECENSEMENT GENERAL DE LA POPULATION ET DE L’HABITAT: RESULTATS GLOBAUX DEFINITIFS (PDF) (Report). INSEED. March 2012. p. 24. Retrieved 10 March 2017. 
  2. ^ "Map of Chad, showing region names and borders" (PDF). United Nations Cartographic Section. Retrieved 30 August 2012.