Ghazni Province facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsGhazni (غزنى)
|Area||22,915 km² (8,848 sq mi)|
Demographics and geography
|District name||District Center||Ethnical data(%)|
|Ab Band||Haji Khel||100% Pashtun|
|Ajristan||Sangar||97% Hazara, 3% Pashtun|
|Dih Yak||Ramak||89% Pashtun, 11% Tajik|
|Ghazni||Ghazni||50% Tajik, 25% Hazara, 25% Pashtun|
|Jaghatu||Gul Bahawari||88% Hazara, 22% Pashtun|
|Khwaja Umari||Kwaja Umari||45% Hazara, 35% Tajik and 20% Pashtun|
|Muqur||Muqur||85% Pashtun, 15% Tajik|
|Nawur||Du Abi||100% Hazara|
|Qarabagh||Qarabagh||50% Hazara, 40% Tajik, 10% Pashtun|
|Rashidan||Rashidan||96% Pashtun, 4% Hazara|
|Zana Khan||Dado||100% Pashtun|
Some Sikhs and Hindus also live in Ghazni province. During the Taliban regime they fled the country. With the current administration they have returned to Ghazni city.
Band E Sardeh Dam is located in Andar District near the border with Paktika Province. It creates a large water reservoir that is important to the irrigation of the Kahnjoor farming zone.
|Daykundi Province||Bamyan Province||Wardak Province|
|Orūzgān Province||Logar Province
|Zabul Province||Paktika Province|
Images for kids
Polish forces in Rashidan district during "Operation Passage" in April 2009.
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