Marawara District also Manawara Pashto مروره or منوره is one of the 15 districts in Kunar Province, Afghanistan, bordering Pakistan to the east. It borders Sirkanay district to the west, Asadabad district to the westand northwest and asmar district to northeast. Marawara's population is not exactly known but CSO and UN figures estimate it to be around 100,500 people. Marawara village is the center of the district and is located in its most western part. The Pashtun Mamund tribe is about 98% of the population, with some Salarzai tribal affiliation.Haji Dost Mohammad Mamund, Malak Mohammad Alem and Haji Hzrat Rahman are the current district heads. The mountainous terrain and the lack of arable land and irrigation systems is the main problem in this area. Marawara is also one of the few strategic districts in terms of its unique location and high mountainous terrains that connects Kunar to Pakistan via a long Durrand Line. bege village <Marawara,Dareedam,Chenar,Pitaw,Karwaro,Barawlo,Bachay and Lahordag
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