Zambia is a land-locked country in southern Africa. Agriculture and mining play important roles in it’s economy. The country was ranked alongside Mauritius, Ghana and four other African countries in the 2015 Global peace Index. In 2016, Zambia ranked 40th on the log. It is one of the most highly urbanized nations in sub-Saharan Africa. Though a Christian country, it has a wide variety of religious traditions, which are all well-respected.