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Jendouba in a Nutshell

The Governorate of Jendouba is located to the end of northwestern Tunisia. It is bordered by the governorates of Kef and Siliana to the south, the Governorate of Beja to the east the Algerian border zone to the west (135 km) and the Mediterranean to the north with a coastline of 25 km This governorate is distinguished by a highly wet climate with annual rainfall reaching 1 000 mm on the coast and more than 1500 mm in Aïn Draham. Agricultural by tradition, the region is experiencing a spectacular development of tourism (the region of Tabarka and Aïn Draham).

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Administrative Center Jendouba
Area 3,102 Km²
Number of Delegations 9
Number of Inhabitants 401,477 (April 2014)
Rate of Electrification 99.7 %
Rate of Access to Drinking Water 99.3 %
Rate of Urbanization 27.9 %
Rate of School Enrollment 91.8 % (2012)
Foreign Companies Located in the Governorate 31 (2015)
FDI 150,283 MTND (2015)
Number of Employment Positions 4,268 (2015)