Nungwi, a village in northern Zanzibar, Tanzania, whose population numbers more than 10,000 people. The villagers live mainly from fishing and some farming and tourism. The children are studying in two shifts. Some of the classrooms are unified due to teacher crunch and budget. When students are not in school, they help their family with fishing and anything else necessary. At sunset, they also find time for shared games on the beach. On the block.