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      Lusaka Province is one of the ten provinces of Zambia. Its capital is Lusaka, which is also the national capital. It is the smallest province in Zambia, with an area of 21,896 km. Lusaka is also Zambia's most populated and most densely populated province, with a population of 2,191,225 and density of 100 persons per km as of 2010. It is the most urban province, with the most doctors and fewest malaria-related incidents. The province is bordered by Zimbabwe and Mozambique, and separated by the Lower Zambezi National Park.

      The Lower Zambezi National Park, part of the Lunsemfwa River valley, the lower Luangwa Valley in the north-east and the Kafue Flats in the south-west are the major national parks and game areas in Lusaka Province. In Lusaka, the Nkhombalyanga festival is celebrated in Chongwe District by the Soli tribe during July, the Dantho festival is celebrated in Luangwa District by the Chikunda tribe during September, and the Chakwela Makumbi festival celebrated in Chongwe District by Soli tribe during September.

      There are eight districts in the province. As of 2004, the literacy rate was 83%, the unemployment rate was 31% and the general unemployment rate for youth was 52% as of 2008. Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (in Chongwe) and Lusaka City Airport (in Lusaka) are the two airports in the province.

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