Dogiyai Regency

Summary

Dogiyai Regency is one of the regencies (kabupaten) in Papua Province of Indonesia. It covers an area of 7,052.92 km2 (revised from 4,237.4 km2), and had a population of 84,230 at the 2010 Census[2] and 116,206 at the 2020 Census,[3] comprising 60,682 males and 55,524 females. The administrative centre is the town of Kigamani.

Dogiyai Regency
Kabupaten Dogiyai
Coat of arms of Dogiyai Regency
Motto(s): 
Dogiyai Dou Enaa
91.26.00 Papua Dogiyai.svg
Dogiyai Regency is located in Western New Guinea
Dogiyai Regency
Dogiyai Regency
Dogiyai Regency is located in Indonesia
Dogiyai Regency
Dogiyai Regency
Dogiyai Regency (Indonesia)
Coordinates: 4°01′55″S 135°26′22″E / 4.0319°S 135.4394°E / -4.0319; 135.4394Coordinates: 4°01′55″S 135°26′22″E / 4.0319°S 135.4394°E / -4.0319; 135.4394
Country Indonesia
Province Papua
CapitalKigamani
Government
 • RegentYakobus Dumupa
 • Vice RegentOskar Makai
Area
 • Total7,052.92 km2 (2,723.15 sq mi)
Population
 (2020 Census)[1]
 • Total116,206
 • Density16/km2 (43/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+9 (Indonesia Eastern Time)
Area code(+62) 971
Websitedogiyaikab.go.id

Administrative districts and villagesEdit

When formed in 2007, the new Dogiyai Regency comprised three districts (distrik) from within the southern part of the existing Nabire Regency,but these were subsequently reconstructed into the present ten districts. The Sukikai Selatan and Piyaiye Districts were formed from the former Sukikai District. The Mapia Barat, Mapia Tengah and Mapia Districts were formed from the former Mapia District. The Dogiyai, Kamu Selatan, Kamu, Kamu Timur and Kamu Utara Districts were formed from the former Kamu District.

The following is a table of the current districts (kecamatan) - and of the 79 villages by district - within the Dogiyai Regency, based on Statistics Indonesia,[4] with the district areas and their populations at the Censuses of 2010 and 2020. The villages named in bold below are the locations of the district administrative centres.


yes. District
(distrik)
Area
in km2
Pop'n
at Census
2021[5]
Pop'n
at Census
2020[6]
Villages
1 Sukikai Selatan
(South Sukikai)
887.00 3,720 4,362 Iyaro, Sukikai, Unito, Wigoumakida.
2 Piyaiye 1,349.00 10,575 8,511 Apogomakida, Deniyode, Egipa, Ideduwa, Kegata, Teipaugi, Ukagu, Yegiyepa.
3 Mapia Barat
(West Mapia)
760.00 4,557 3,553 Abouyaga, Maikotu, Toubaikebo, Yegoukotu.
4 Mapia Tengah
(Central Mapia)
2014.50 10,124 11,012 Adauwo, Bonakunu, Diyeugi, Gabaukuna, Megaikebo, Modio, Putapa, Timepa, Tuamani / Atou, Ukudawata / Upibega.
5 Mapia 1,531.75 5,983 9,838 Abaimaida, Abaugi / Obaikagopa, Bomomani, Dawaikunu, Gabaikunu, Gapoya, Magode.
6 Dogiyai (district) 115.92 11,326 14,385 Abgoigi / Dogimani, Bobobutu, Denemani, Egebutu, Idadagi, Kigamani, Makidimi, Motito, Pona.
7 Kamu Selatan
(South Kamu)
144.48 12,347 21,450 Bogoya Teugi, Botumoma, Digikebo, Makidimi / Yepo, Matadi, Obaibega, Pouwouda, Puweta I, Puweta II, Tuwaida, Ugikagouda, Ugikebo.
8 Kamu 77.60 11,400 16,491 Bukapa, Ekemanida, Idakotu, Kimupugi, Mauwa, Moanemani / Ikebo, Putapa, Tokapo / Diyiyouwa.
9 Kamu Timur
(East Kamu)
80.00 5,978 10,561 Boduda, Bokaibutu, Bunauwo, Deiyapa, Nuwa, Ugapuga, Yotapuga.
10 Kamu Utara
(North Kamu)
92.67 8,220 16,043 Duntek, Ekimani, Idakebo, Ikrar, Kuyakago, Mogou, Obayo, Pugatadi I, Pugatadi II, Yametadi.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.
  2. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.
  3. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-02-09. Retrieved 2014-02-04.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.
  6. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.

External linksEdit

  • Statistics publications from Statistics Indonesia (BPS)