Nimroz is located to the southwest of Afghanistan, sharing border with Iran and Pakistan. The province comprised six administrative units, including the provincial capital.
1 – Zaranj:
Zaranj is the capital city of Nimroz province. It shares border through Kang area with Iran, where many government departments, an airport, mineral water and plastic making factory were functioning. A small number of residents are associated with the profession of agriculture. Wheat, water melon and grain are among the main agriculture crops of Zaranj. Cement packing and mobile oil factories are also operating in the area. The Helmand River flows to Iran through the city.
2 – Dilaram District:
Dilaram is one of the remote districts of Nimroz. Located 214-kilometers to the north of Zaran city, the district shares borders with Helmand and Farah provinces. The Kandahar-Herat highway passes through Dilaram district. A large number of people live in the district, but the total strength could not be ascertained. Residents of the district are associated with the profession of agriculture.
3 – Khashrod District:
Khashrod is located 110-kilometers to the north of the capital city. Sharing borders with Helmand and Farah provinces, the district is located on Zaranj-Dilaram highway. Agriculture is the main profession of the residents.
4 – Chakhansor District:
Chakhansor district is located 45- kilometers to the northeast of Zaranj city. It shares borders with the Bakwah district and provincial capital of Farah provinces. Agriculture is the main sources of revenue of the residents. Melon and water melon are being cultivated in the district.
5 – Kang District:
Kang is located 27-kilometers to the north of Zaranj city. The district shares border with Jowin district of Farah province and to the west with neighboring Iran. Residents are associated with the profession of agriculture.
6 – Chaharborjak District:
The Chaharborjak district is located 135-kilometers to the south of the provincial capital. The district shares border with Pakistan and Iran. The Kamal Khan Mega Dam is located in the district, which construction would help irrigate 80, 000 hectors of land and generate nine megawatts electricity. Residents are associated with the profession of agriculture with large numbers of them are working in Kamal Khan project. The Helmand River flows through the district.