Zambia has a tropical
climate and consists of high plateaus, mountains and hills.
In the north east, the country is covered with grassy plains
and savannah and to the south, Victoria Falls.
Zambia is thought to be the cradle of the humanity with some
earliest Stone Age sites found in the Great Rift Valley. The
country was formerly known as Northern Rhodesia and achieved
independence from the British in 1964. We have some interesting
volunteer projects, ranging from teaching AIDS orphans to
helping out with public health programs.