province is one of the governorates of Yemen that have been created after the announcement of Yemeni unification. The population of the province accounted for (2.4%) of the total population of the Republic, and allocated administratively into (9) districts. Dali city is the centre of the province. Dali is one of the provinces distinctive with agriculture, since most of the population works in the agricultural activity. The most important agricultural crops is coffee. The province land contains some metals, the most important are talc that is used in the manufacture of paper, paint, cosmetics and pesticides. The tourist attractions in the province vary, the most important being the Damt hot-springs (Ḥamam-Damt
), where locals often bathe. One of the ancient cities in the region is Juban, a city famous for its castle and the historic Mansuria school, built by Tahrien. The provincial terrain varies, while the climate is mostly temperate throughout the year.