Zambia lies in Southern Africa, east of Angola, and south of the Democratic Republic of the Congo with a total area of 752,618 sq km. The nation gained independence from the UK in October 1964 and boasts a population of 14,309,466. Its official languages are Bemba, Nyanja, Tonga, Lozi,  Lunda,  Kaonde,  Luvale, and English; other languages spoken include Chewa, Nsenga, Tumbuka and Lala. The primary industry is copper mining and processing, though 85% of the Zambia’s labor force is employed in the ample agriculture industry.

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    Oveta Fuller Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Microbiology and Immunology

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    Jody Lori

    Assistant Clinical Professor, Office of International Affairs
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    Assistant Clinical Professor, Nurse-Midwifery Education Program

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    Virginia Nelson M.D.

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    Anne Pitcher

    Professor of Afro-american and African Studies, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies

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