Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in southern Africa bordered by Zambia, Mozambique, South Africa, and Botswana. Most of Zimbabwe sits on a high plateau traversing the country from southwest to northeast. The Zambezi River, dammed to form Lake Kariba, provides abundant hydroelectric power for both Zimbabwe and Zambia. Other natural resources include coal, chromium, gold, nickel, copper, iron ore, tin, and platinum.
Population: 14,546,961 (2016)
Adults Living with HIV: 1,425,800 (2015)
Children Living with HIV: 77,000 (2015)
Annual Deaths Due to AIDS: 29,400 (2015)
Kids <5 Underweight: 11.2% (2014)
* All statistics are taken from the CIA World Factbook