Zambia is a country located in southern Africa that has a population of 14 million. It’s an increasingly popular tourist destination for those seeking to visit game parks along the lower Zambezi and Luangwa Rivers, but the economy remains unstable due to the country’s heavy reliance on the copper mining industry.
64% of Zambians live below the poverty line.
50% of the population is considered to be living in extreme poverty and surviving on less than $1 a day.
680,000 children in Zambia are orphaned due to HIV/AIDS alone.
45% of children in Zambia attend secondary school.