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Welcome to Zambia
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Government
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NGOs
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Scientists
Rivers

Ashoka

Funding proposals
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Location
Historical locations
Religious locations
Locations you must know

Tour, Enjoy & Help
Eco tourism
Experiential tourism

UN
United Nations
UNDP
WHO
World Bank

 

Zambia Flag Description
Green field with a panel of three vertical bands of red (hoist side), black, and orange below a soaring orange eagle, on the outer edge of the flag; green stands for the country's natural resources and vegetation, red symbolizes the struggle for freedom, black the people of Zambia, and orange the country's mineral wealth; the eagle represents the people's ability to rise above the nation's problems.

Independence / Republic Days
Independence from the United Kingdom 24 October 1964

Capital
Lusaka

Current Time in Lusaka (Zambia)

Calling code
260

Currency
Zambian kwacha (ZMK)

Geographic Coordinates
15°25'S 28°17'E

Official languages
English

Victoria Falls
One of Africa's most impressive sights, and not to be missed. One of Zambia's biggest tourist attractions and the mile-long curtain of water will not disappoint. There's lots to do besides admiring the waterfall in the Zambezi river area

South Luangwa
Home of the "walking safari" South Luangwa National Park offers one of the best safari experiences in Africa. There's plenty of wildlife and over 400 species of birds. The Luangwa river is filled to the brim with hippos and if you're lucky you'll spot prides of over 30 lions at a time.

Kafue National Park
Zambia's largest national park, a great place to view wildlife without the crowds. Canoeing safaris are at their best here if you can steer around the huge pods of hippos. Horse riding safaris have recently been introduced.

The Bangweulu Floodplain
The perfect habitat for over 400 species of birds, a twitchers paradise. Marshy and humid but worthwhile just to get a glimpse of the rare shoebill stork.

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Human health
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2020, 2030, 2050
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Business associations
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Rotary, Lions clubs
Giants clubs
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Rotary clubs
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Colleges
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MBA colleges
Medical colleges
Social work colleges

 

 

 

 

 
 
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