The Jenin Governorate (Arabic: محافظة جنين Muḥāfaẓat Ǧanīn; Hebrew: נפת ג'נין Nafat Ǧanīn) is one of 16 Governorates of Palestine. It covers the northern extremity of the West Bank, including the area around the city of Jenin.
According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics 2007 Census, the Governorate had a population of 256,619 living in 47,437 households. 100,701 inhabitants (or 39%) were under the age of 15 and 80,263 (or 31%) were registered refugees. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics 1997 Census, the Governorate had a population of 195,074.
It is the only governorate in the West Bank where the majority of control of land is under the Palestinian National Authority. Four Israeli settlements were evacuated as a part of Israel's unilateral disengagement plan in 2005.
- Cities 1.1
- Municipalities 1.2
- Village councils 1.3
- See also 2
- Sources 3
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- Dahiyat Sabah al-Khei
- Deir Abu Da'if
- Kafr Dan
- Kafr Rai
- Silat al-Harithiya
- Silat ad-Dhahr
The following is a list of Palestinian localities in the Jenin Governorate with populations of more than 1,000.
- 2007 Locality Population Statistics Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics
- "Palestinian Population by Locality, Subspace and Age Groups in Years [Jenin Governorate]".
- Administrative divisions in the Palestinian Territories