Zambia is a landlocked country in the south-central of Africa. Large parts of the country are thinly populated. Much of population is concentrated in the country’s most developed area around the Copperbelt with Lusaka, the capital, and with the border town of Livingstone. Its neighbours include, United Republic of Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo. There are 72 languages in Zambia with 7 languages being the most common regional languages.
These are Bemba, Nyanja, Kaonde, Lozi, Tonga, Luvale and Lunda. According to the Commonwealth.org, as at 2016, Zambia’s population was 16.59 million. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that in 2011, $1,280 was the per capital income: Life expectancy at birth for women/men: was 49/49 yrs respectively. Under 5 mortality was 84/1000 live births. Zambia has extraordinarily rich tourism sceneries. According to zambiatourism.com, Zambia is home to the legendary African walking safari, Victoria Falls, the wild Zambezi River, abundant wildlife, and raw wilderness, all in one friendly country.