Burundi is a landlocked country in East Africa. is a landlocked country in the Great Rift Valley where the African Great Lakes region and East Africa converge.Its currency is known as the Burundian Franc.
Sources estimate the Christian population at 80–90%, with Roman Catholics representing the largest group at 60–65%. Protestant and Anglican practitioners constitute the remaining 15–25%. An estimated 5% of the population adheres to traditional indigenous religious beliefs. Muslims constitute 2–5%, the majority of whom are Sunnis and live in urban areas