A visual storytelling of the Zanzibar Island.
The tourism industry is rapidly developing, both in the surroundings of Stone Town and on the east coast of the island, and some villages, such as that of Jambiani, have acquired great international visibility in recent years. Despite this, this small fishing village, like most of the villages on the island, is still very backward. Many houses are still without electricity and water, many also without flooring and furnishings.
Life flows very slowly, the women of the village help the village chief who works, every morning, to catch fresh fish for the community. It is customary to meet cows, goats and chickens along the paths inside the village, circulating freely while children return from school to nearby villages or from Stone Town.