Harargee Dhihaa (Oromo)
West Hararge (Oromo: Hararghe Dhiha) is a zone in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. West Hararghe takes its name from the former province of Hararghe. West Harerge is bordered on the south by the Shebelle River which separates it from Bale, on the southwest by Arsi, on the northwest by the Afar Region, on the north by the Somali Region and on the east by East Hararghe. Towns in West Hararghe include Chiro, Badessa, Gelemso, and Mieso.
The highest point in this Zone is Mount Arba Gugu (3574 meters).
The Central Statistical Agency (CSA) reported that 8,364.00 tons of coffee were produced in West Hararghe in the year ending in 2005, based on inspection records from the Ethiopian Coffee and Tea authority. This represents 7.27% of the Region's output and 3.7% of Ethiopia's total output.
- CSA 2005 National Statistics, Table D.2