Zambia

ISO Code: 
ZMB 

"An astonishing 43 percent of Zambia’s 13.3 million population – or 5.2 million individuals, are undernourished and live on a per capita daily caloric intake of 1 885. Children, in turn, suffer dire consequences of undernourishment, as 50 percent are malnourished to the extent that it stunts their growth, while 20 percent are underweight. The life expectancy in Zambia is a mere 45 years of age."

Source:FAO Country Profiles: Zambia

Resources

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A 2007 Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Zambia, Documentation A 2007 Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Zambia, Documentation
A 1995 SOCIAL ACCOUNTING MATRIX FOR ZAMBIA A 1995 SOCIAL ACCOUNTING MATRIX FOR ZAMBIA
Aid, spending strategies and productivity effects: A multi-sectoral CGE analysis for Zambia Aid, spending strategies and productivity effects: A multi-sectoral CGE analysis for Zambia
Frontier analysis and agricultural typologies Frontier analysis and agricultural typologies
Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYFC) Practices In Ethiopia and Zambia and Their Association with Child Nutrition: Analysis of Demographic and Health Survey Data Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYFC) Practices In Ethiopia and Zambia and Their Association with Child Nutrition: Analysis of Demographic and Health Survey Data
No. 0003 - Investigating the Impact of Climate Change on Agricultural Production in Eastern and Southern African Countries No. 0003 - Investigating the Impact of Climate Change on Agricultural Production in Eastern and Southern African Countries
No. 0004 - Investigating the Linkage Between Climate Variables and Food Security in ESA Countries No. 0004 - Investigating the Linkage Between Climate Variables and Food Security in ESA Countries
No. 0011 - The Impact of Foreign Large-Scale Land Acquisitions on Smallholder Productivity: Evidence from Zambia No. 0011 - The Impact of Foreign Large-Scale Land Acquisitions on Smallholder Productivity: Evidence from Zambia
No. 0013 - How Aid Helps Achieve MDGs in Africa: The Case of Primary Education No. 0013 - How Aid Helps Achieve MDGs in Africa: The Case of Primary Education
Poverty and Prime-Age Mortality in Eastern and Southern Africa: Evidence from Zambia and Kenya Poverty and Prime-Age Mortality in Eastern and Southern Africa: Evidence from Zambia and Kenya