Tanzania (Zanzibar)

Zanzibar comprises two main islands, Unguja and Pemba, and a number of sparsely populated smaller islands, all of which make up a total area of 2,643 square kilometres. Since 1964, Zanzibar forms part of the United Republic of Tanzania. The Union Government is responsible for defence, external affairs, fiscal policy and monetary issues, while Zanzibar has autonomy over development policy and execution of both recurrent and capital activities. While Tanganyika and Zanzibar constitute the United Republic of Tanzania, education is not a union matter. Consequently, the responsibility for ensuring its development falls under the full responsibility of Zanzibar