Jarar Zone

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Jarar Zone (Jarar) is one of the eleven zones in the Somali Region of Ethiopia.wikipedia
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Degehabur

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It was previously known as the Degehabur zone, so named after its largest city, Degehabur.
It is located in the Degehabur Zone of the Somali Region on the Jerer River, it sits at 1044 meters above sea level.

Nogob Zone

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Jarar Zone is bordered on the south by Korahe, on the southwest by Nogob, on the northwest by Fafan, on the southeast by Dollo, and on the northeast by Somalia.
Nogob Zone is bordered on the south by Gode, on the southwest by Afder Zone, on the west and northwest by the Oromia Region, on the north by Fafan, on the east by Jarar, and on the southeast by Korahe Zone.

Korahe Zone

KoraheKorahae zone
Jarar Zone is bordered on the south by Korahe, on the southwest by Nogob, on the northwest by Fafan, on the southeast by Dollo, and on the northeast by Somalia.
Korahe is bordered on the southwest by the Gode, on the northwest by Fiq, on the north by Degehabur, on the east by Werder, and on the southeast by Somalia.

List of zones of Ethiopia

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Jarar Zone (Jarar) is one of the eleven zones in the Somali Region of Ethiopia.

Fafan Zone

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Jarar Zone is bordered on the south by Korahe, on the southwest by Nogob, on the northwest by Fafan, on the southeast by Dollo, and on the northeast by Somalia.
Fafan is bordered on the south by Jarar, on the southwest by Nogob, on the west by the Oromia Region, on the north by Siti, and on the east by Somalia.

Dollo Zone

Werder ZoneDolloWardheer
Jarar Zone is bordered on the south by Korahe, on the southwest by Nogob, on the northwest by Fafan, on the southeast by Dollo, and on the northeast by Somalia.
Dollo is bordered on the southwest by Korahe, on the northwest by Jarar, and on the northeast and southeast by Somalia.

Somali Region

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Jarar Zone (Jarar) is one of the eleven zones in the Somali Region of Ethiopia.

Daroor (woreda)

DaroorDaroor District
Part of the Jarar zone, Daroor is bordered on the south by Gunagadow, on the west by Aware, on the north by the Harshin woreda, on the northeast by Somalia, and on the east by Misraq Gashamo.

Aware (woreda)

Aware
Part of the Jarar Zone, formerly Degehabur Zone, Aware is bordered on the south by Gunagadow, on the west by Degehabur, on the north by the Jijiga Zone, on the northeast by Somaliland, and on the east by Misraq Gashamo.

Degehabur (woreda)

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Part of the Degehabur Zone, Degehabur is bordered on the southeast by the Gunagado and Korahe Zone, on the southwest by the Fiq Zone, on the west by Degehamedo, on the north by the Jijiga Zone, and on the east by Aware; it is frequently considered part of the Haud.

Misraq Gashamo

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Part of the Jarar zone, Misraq Gashamo is bordered on the south by the Werder Zone, on the southwest by Gunagadow, on the west by Aware, and on the north by Somalia; it is frequently considered part of the Haud.

Ethiopia

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Jarar Zone (Jarar) is one of the eleven zones in the Somali Region of Ethiopia.

Somalia

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Jarar Zone is bordered on the south by Korahe, on the southwest by Nogob, on the northwest by Fafan, on the southeast by Dollo, and on the northeast by Somalia.

Central Statistical Agency

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Based on the 2007 Census conducted by the Central Statistical Agency of Ethiopia (CSA), this Zone has a total population of 478,168, of whom 268,006 are men and 210,162 women.

Somalis

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The largest ethnic group reported in Jarar were the Somalis (98.92%); all other ethnic groups made up 1.08% of the population.

Somali language

SomalisomAf Soomaali
Somali language is spoken as a first language by 99.62%; the remaining 0.38% spoke all other primary languages reported.

Islam in Ethiopia

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98.72% of the population said they were Muslim.

World Bank

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According to a May 24, 2004 World Bank memorandum, 1% of the inhabitants of Jarar have access to electricity, this zone has a road density of 10.3 kilometers per 1000 square kilometers, the average rural household has 1.5 hectare of land (compared to the national average of 1.01 hectare of land and an average of 2.25 for pastoral Regions) and the equivalent of 1.5 heads of livestock.

Malaria

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100% of the zone is exposed to malaria, and none to Tsetse fly.

Tsetse fly

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100% of the zone is exposed to malaria, and none to Tsetse fly.

Deforestation in Ethiopia

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In 2006, the Jarar zone was affected by deforestation due to charcoal production.