Why this city in Zambia has been nicknamed 'Amsterdam'

Emma Sakala, District Forestry Officer, in Chipata, Zambia in 2019. Image: UN-Redd Programme Image Bank

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Bicycle riders waiting to ferry customers to different parts of Chipata town, Zambia in 2019. Image: UN-Redd Programme Image Bank

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