Map of Chad showing Moyen-Chari.
The region borders Guéra Region to the north, Salamat Region to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, and Mandoul Region, Tandjilé Region and Chari-Baguirmi to the west. The region is largely flat savannah, with parts of the region protected as part of the Manda National Park. Lake Iro, a suspected impact crater, is located in the north-east.
The capital of Moyen-Chari is Sarh, the third largest city in Chad; other major settlements include Alako, Balimba, Baltoubaye, Bohobé, Boum Kebbir, Danamadji, Dindjebo, Djéké Djéké, Korbol, Koumogo, Kounou, Kyabé, Maro, Moussa Foyo, Ngondeye, Roro and Singako
As per the 2009 Chadian census, the region's population was 588,008 inhabitants. The main ethnolinguistic groups are Arab groups such as the Baggara, generally speaking Chadian Arabic, Bagirmi, Boor, Bua, Gula groups such as the Gula Iro and Zan Gula, Kaba groups (speaking language such as Kaba Deme, Kaba Náà and Kulfa), Laal, Lutos, Ndam, Niellim, Sara, Tumak and Tunia.
The region of Moyen-Chari is divided into three departments:
|Barh Köh||Sarh||Sarh, Korbol, Koumogo, Moussa Foyo, Balimba|
|Grande Sido||Maro||Maro, Danamadji, Djéké Djéké, Sido|
|Lac Iro||Kyabé||Kyabé, Bohobé, Boum Kebbir, Ngondeye, Roro, Baltoubaye, Dindjebo, Alako, Singako|
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- "Tchad - Régions de Mandoul et Moyen-Chari, Carte de référence (07 septembre 2018)" (PDF). UNOCHA. Retrieved 29 September 2019.
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