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Unformatted text preview: hold on the t village people. Also witchcraft and old customs such as marrying several wives and v paying the parents for a bride are slowly dying out in the towns. most children attend a elementary school. but only a fifth of them go to high school. It only has one university u which was founded in 1965. w Corn is the main food .Also a favorite dish is nshima, a thick porridge made from corn. f Facts about the country F People P Population : 8.745,284 m density: 12 persons per sq km. P Distribution: 43% urban , 57% rural. D Official language: English O Major religions: traditional, roman, Catholicism, and protestian. M Education E Literacy: 81% of adult population. L Universities: 1 U Life expectancy: women-59 men-55. L Government G Type:republic. T Government leader: Fredrick Chiluba. G Legislature: National Assembly. L Political subdivisions: nine provinces. P Communications C Railroads: 2164 kms total R Roads: 37359 kms total R Major airports: 1 M...
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2009 for the course ENG 102 taught by Professor Wilis during the Fall '08 term at Academy of Art University.
- Fall '08