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List of districts of Yemen

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List of districts of Yemen

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Yemen
Judiciary
Foreign relations

The governorates of Yemen are divided into 333 districts (muderiah). The districts are subdivided into 2,210 sub-districts, and then into 38,284 villages (as of 2001). The districts are listed below, by governorate:

Districts of Yemen

'Aden Governorate

'Amran Governorate

Abyan Governorate

Ad Dali' Governorate

Al Bayda' Governorate

Al Hudaydah Governorate

Al Jawf Governorate

Al Mahrah Governorate

Al Mahwit Governorate

Amanat Al Asimah Governorate

Dhamar Governorate

Hadhramaut Governorate

Hajjah Governorate

Ibb Governorate

Lahij Governorate

Ma'rib Governorate

Raymah Governorate

Sa'dah Governorate

Sana'a Governorate

Shabwah Governorate

Ta'izz Governorate

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