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Fairtrade Zambia

Fairtrade Zambia






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    • Zambia
    • Zambian National Anthem
    • Zambia
      • Zambia is an LEDC. It is located in Africa, next to Botswana.
      • It is a country in poverty and the community of Zambia suffer from many illnesses and diseases.
      • In Zambia, there isn’t a lot of female literacy.
      • Zambia is officially a Christian country, but a variety of religions exist.
      • The Zambia International Trade Fair is organized by the Zambia Industrial and commercial Show Society Limited (Z.I.C.S.S.L.)
    • The People!
      • Population: approximately 12.9 million people.
      • Religions: Christian, indigenous beliefs, Muslim, Hindu.
      • Languages: English (official) and about 70 local languages including Bemba and Tonga.
    • Education
      • Education: there is no compulsory education; seven years free education. Literacy for women:
      • 60.6%;
      • and literacy for men:
      • 81.6%.
    • Economy
      • About two-thirds of Zambians live in poverty.
      • Per capita annual incomes are well below their levels at independence and, at $1,500, place the country among the world's poorest nations
      • The average life expectancy is about 39 years
      • And maternal mortality is 101 per 1,000 live births.
      • Zambia is also one of Sub-Saharan Africa's most highly urbanized countries.
      • Over one-third of the country's 12.9 million people are concentrated in a few urban zones.
      • Once a middle-income country, Zambia began to slide into poverty in the 1970s when copper prices declined on world markets.
    • History
      • The indigenous hunter-gatherer occupants of Zambia began to be displaced or absorbed by more advanced migrating tribes about 2,000 years ago.
      • The major waves of Bantu-speaking immigrants began in the 15th century.
    • Human Rights!
      • The protection of fundamental human rights was a foundation stone in the establishment of the United States over 200 years ago.
      • Since then, a central goal of U.S. foreign policy has been the promotion of respect for human rights,
      • The government's human rights record remained poor, although there were improvements in a few areas.
      • Human rights problems included unlawful killings; torture, beatings, and abuse of suspects and detainees by security forces.
    • CULTURE! Zambia is a country with lots of culture.
    • CULTURE!!!
    • Exotic Zambia!
      • See the beautiful land and culture!
    • Fairtrade
      • Fairtrade is about the workers and producers of the products getting a fair amount of profit for there products.
    • Fairtrade !
      • You could help kids education much more better just by fairtrade Help them!
      Help make Zambia a better country for everyone! The people of Zambia need your help!
    • Fairtrade in Zambia
      • The Zambia International Trade Fair (ZITF) is a national show-case that presents the developments and changes taking place. Once every year at the Trade Fair, the industry exhibits products alongside services and government programmes.
    • The Zambian Soap Company
      • The Zambian Soap Company is an organic fairtrade organisation who sell soap.
      • It’s part of the Fairtrade products.
    • CNSA Organic Zambian Soap
      • The Company of Natural Soap Association (CNSA) is a soap that comes from Zambia and it is a fairtrade product. Some of the ingredients are: Central oil, oil seeds, water, herbs, flowers, blossom. No chemicals!
      • Flavours: Lavender, spearmint, lemon grass and cassia.