Tanzania is located in East Africa and is home to 49.25 million people.
The country is a united republic, formed by the merger of mainland Tanganyika and the island of Zanzibar. It’s a one-party dominant state.
Though Tanzanians speak over 100 languages, Swahili is the second language of 90% of citizens. 10% speak it as their primary language, and along with English it is one of the two official languages of the country.
Roughly 35% of the population practices traditional African religion, another 35% Islam, 30% practices Christianity.
The currency of Tanzania is the Tanzanian shilling.