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According to watchtutorials, Zambia is home to a population of around 17 million people. The majority of the population is made up of Bantu-speaking peoples, including the Tonga, Ngoni, and Chewa. Other smaller ethnic groups include the Lunda and Luvale. Zambia also has a substantial minority population of Europeans and South Asians. The official language is English, but many citizens also speak Bemba, Kaonde, Nyanja, Lozi and Tonga. The majority of Zambians are Christian although there are also significant minorities of Muslims and Hindus. In addition to this religious diversity, traditional beliefs like ancestor worship are still practiced by some Zambians as well. The majority of Zambians live in rural areas with limited access to basic services like healthcare or education. As a result, life expectancy is relatively low at just over 60 years old for men and 62 years old for women. The poverty rate in Zambia is estimated to be around 63 percent with one in four children under the age of five being malnourished due to food insecurity and inadequate nutrition. Despite these challenges, progress has been made in recent years as the government has implemented policies aimed at improving access to health care and education. See ejinhua for Zambia Population and Language.

Zambia Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Zambia: Political System According to CANCERMATTERS.NET, Zambia is a presidential republic in the Commonwealth. The unicameral parliament (the National Assembly) consists of 159 members, 150 of whom are elected every five years and nine more are appointed. In addition, there is the House of Chiefs with 27 representatives from ethnic groups. At the head of… Read More »

How to get to Zambia

Overview Zambia is a country in Africa according to philosophynearby. Vast lakes, lush wetlands and breathtaking African sunsets make up Zambia’s scenic splendor. Home to 17 waterfalls, including the spectacular Victoria Falls, the country attracts both nature lovers and adventurous visitors. The wild Zambezi River is perfect for adrenaline-pumping activities such as rafting, canoeing, river… Read More »