Humbo is one of the woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Region of Ethiopia. Some piece of the Wolayita Zone found in the Great Rift Valley, Humbo is verged on the southeast by Lake Abayawhich divides it from the Oromia Region, on the south by the Gamo Gofa Zone, on the west by Offa, on the northwest by Sodo Zuria, on the northeast by Damot Weyde, and on the east by the Bilate River which differentiates it from the Sidama Zone. As per a 2004 report, Humbo had 25 kilometers of black-top ways, 24 kilometers of all-climate streets and 51 kilometers of dry-climate streets, for a normal way thickness of 118 kilometers for every 1000 square kilometers. The 1994 national enumeration reported an aggregate populace for this woreda of 96,642 of whom 48,339 were men and 48,303 were ladies; 2,764 or 2.86% of its populace were urban inhabitants. The three biggest ethnic gatherings reported in Humbo were the Welayta (96.33%), the Amhara (1.28%), and the Sidama (0.86%); all other ethnic gatherings made up 1.53% of the populace. Welayta is talked as a first dialect by 96.8%, 1.5%amharic, 0.88% talk Sidamo; the staying 0.82% spoke all other essential dialects reported.