Boulemane Province

Boulemane Province (Arabic: إقليم بولمان) is a province of Morocco, formerly in the Fès-Boulemane Region. The Fès-Boulemane region became part of Fès-Meknès September 2015 by merging Fès-Boulemane with the prefecture of Meknès and the provinces of El Hajeb and Ifrane (in Meknès-Tafilalet region) and the provinces of Taounate and Taza (in Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate region).

The province had a population of 185,110 people in 2004.

Location of the province Boulemane within the region Fès-Boulemane, Morocco, prior to the merger in 2015. At this time Morocco had 16 regions, subdivided into 62 provinces and 13 prefectures.
Location of the province Fes Meknes, within which the Boulemane Province has been located since 2015. In total, Morocco now has 12 regions.

The major cities and towns are:

  1. Boulemane
  2. Guigou
  3. Imouzzer Marmoucha
  4. Missour
  5. Outat El Haj


The province is divided administratively into the following:[1]

NameGeographic codeTypeHouseholdsPopulation (2004)Foreign populationMoroccan populationNotes
Imouzzer Marmoucha131.01.02.Municipality908400114000
Outat El Haj131.01.05.Municipality262513945513940
Ait Bazza131.03.01.Rural commune612348003480
Ait El Mane131.03.03.Rural commune440224302243
Almis Marmoucha131.03.05.Rural commune445269802698
El Mers131.03.07.Rural commune1178589115890
Enjil131.03.09.Rural commune1534816408164
Guigou131.03.11.Rural commune3694190351190347976 residents live in the center, called Guigou; 11059 residents live in rural areas.
Serghina131.03.13.Rural commune733372603726
Skoura M'Daz131.03.15.Rural commune1934871318712
Talzemt131.03.17.Rural commune650371003710
Ksabi Moulouya131.05.01.Rural commune175910067110066
Ouizeght131.05.03.Rural commune963550905509
Sidi Boutayeb131.05.05.Rural commune17059522209502
El Orjane131.07.01.Rural commune1179760927607
Ermila131.07.03.Rural commune1079677406774
Fritissa131.07.05.Rural commune331426022526017
Oulad Ali Youssef131.07.07.Rural commune1074666906669
Tissaf131.07.09.Rural commune1455944429442


In 2019, the Moroccan government and German development bank KFW announced that Boulemane will be one of seven regions to construct a solar energy plant as part of the country's larger goal to increase renewable energy production.[2]


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