Ouezzane Province

Ouezzane is a province in the Moroccan region of Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima. It was created in 2009 from parts of Chefchaouen Province and Sidi Kacem Province,[1] and recorded a population of 300,637 in the 2014 Moroccan census.[2] The capital is Ouezzane.


The province is divided administratively into the following municipalities and communes:

NameGeographic codeTypeHouseholdsPopulation (2004)[3]Foreign populationMoroccan populationNotes
Bni Quolla481.07.01.Rural commune332817512617506
Lamjaara481.07.03.Rural commune3053168990168992321 residents live in the center, called Ain Dorij; 14578 residents live in rural areas.
Masmouda481.07.05.Rural commune335217126517121
Mzefroune481.07.07.Rural commune1665811028108
Ounnana481.07.09.Rural commune231613627013627
Sidi Ahmed Cherif481.07.11.Rural commune184510413010413
Sidi Bousber481.07.13.Rural commune219111260011260
Sidi Redouane481.07.15.Rural commune411620782020782
Teroual481.07.17.Rural commune248413046013046
Zghira481.07.19.Rural commune286716070016070
Ain Beida151.09.01.Rural commune219311851011851
Asjen151.09.03.Rural commune249713113013113
Brikcha151.09.05.Rural commune2192109990109991510 residents live in the center, called Brikcha; 9489 residents live in rural areas.
Kalaat Bouqorra151.09.07.Rural commune284615165015165
Moqrisset151.09.09.Rural commune2135108641108631680 residents live in the center, called Moqrisset; 9184 residents live in rural areas.
Zoumi151.09.11.Rural commune7743397191397183830 residents live in the center, called Zoumi; 35889 residents live in rural areas.


  1. "Bulletin Officiel n° 5744 du 24 Joumada II 1430". Government of Morocco. 18 June 2009. Retrieved 2 August 2016.
  2. Census 2014. (in Arabic and French)
  3. "Recensement général de la population et de l'habitat de 2004" (PDF). Haut-commissariat au Plan, Lavieeco.com. Retrieved 27 April 2012.

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