|Province in Brief||Name of the Province: Ghor
Area: 38758 Km2
Related Zone: West
Center: Chagh Charan City
|Geography||The province is located at a distance of 480 kilometers from Kabul, sharing borders with Herat, Badghes, and Faryab, Sar-i-Pul, Bamyan, Urozgan, Helmand and Farah provinces.|
|Governance||Governor and two Deputies
5 Members in Parliament, 4 Male, 1 Female
|Population/People/Languages||The total population of Ghor Province is 860000.
3 tribes (Tajik, Pashtun, Aimaq and Hazara) are consisting the Population.
Dari and Pashtu are the spoken languages in Ghor.
|Number of Districts||Ghor has 10 districts, listed below:
Lal o sarjangal, Dawlatyar, Firoz Koh, Char Sadda, Doleena, Shahrak, toera, Pasaband, Sagar and Tolak.
|Context||Health and Education systems have been operating in Ghor.
There are 847 Government and Private Schools operating in Ghor with 233320 Students in schools.
5 Government Institutes are open in Ghor. As well as, there is One Government Higher education university operating there.
In total, there are 4413 male and female teachers working on school level and university level in the province.
In heath sector, there are 99 Government and 1 Private Health centers with 61 Government and one Private Hospitals along with 57 Community Mobile teams are operating in Ghor.
Registered Mines found in Bamyan Province are listed below.
Sorbet and Menthol.
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