Dushi district is located in the central part of Baghlan Province, Afghanistan. It lies on the major Kabul-Kunduz highway. The population of the district was estimated to be around 57,160 in 2004. Hazaras are around 88% of the population and make up the majority in the district, followed by small minorities of Tajiks and Pashtuns The centre of the district is Dushi.
Dushi is home to an overhead power line carrying imported electricity from Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Uzbekistan. The 300 MegaWatt supply was the subject of a grant for expansion in 2013 from the Asian Development Bank. The line supplies several provinces and the capital, Kabul. On April 13, 2018, Taliban insurgents used explosives to destroy a pylon, disrupting power supplies to the region.
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- Map of Settlements United Nations, AIMS, May 2002
- "District Names". National Democratic Institute. Retrieved 6 July 2015.
- "Baghlan Provincial profile - MRRD" (PDF).
- Dushi District profile - Aims 
- "Taliban Destroy Pylon, Leaving Kabul In The Dark - TOLOnews".
- "Afghan officials sign contract of 300 mega watt electricity with ADB - Ariana News".
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