After seeing the city of Akari, on the shores of Lake Kivu in Tanzania, we realised it was no ordinary island.

Akari was the first city to be built in Tanzania.

It was one of the most ambitious plans in the country’s history.

In the 1960s, the government commissioned the construction of an airport and a railway system in Tanzania that would transform the area into a hub for trade, commerce and travel.

But it was an ambitious project that would cost more than $4 billion.

Now it’s the site of the world’s first international airport.

“We had NO idea how large it was going to be,” says Ndengue survivor Tshabalala Ntuleko.

“I don’t remember what we expected, we were just happy to be here.

I remember it was a moment of great happiness.”

A small airport with a new runway, a new harbour, an amusement park, and a beach that is currently being used by tourists from the UK, Europe and the US has been built by the Kenyan government.

It is the biggest airport in the world, and the largest airport in Africa.

The airport has a runway of 60 metres and the first building to be completed was a four-storey tower with the capacity to accommodate 40,000 passengers.

The terminal is a five-storeys high with a capacity of 25,000.

The project is part of the Kenyan Government’s Vision 2030 and it is expected to create up to 2,000 new jobs.

It’s also the largest infrastructure project in Africa, and its completion is the latest milestone in the ambitious plan to make Tanzania a world-class city.

“When we were in Kenya, the city was the biggest in Africa,” says Tshabala.

Tshabiwa is one of only three communities in Tanzania where people are still living in the same neighbourhood, living under the same roof. “

But now we’ve been here for more than 30 years, and it’s all finished.”

Tshabiwa is one of only three communities in Tanzania where people are still living in the same neighbourhood, living under the same roof.

They are called Shabane.

In Shabene, people have lived together for more then 40 years, despite having no communication.

“Now we can talk about the food and what we eat, and we have a conversation and we talk about how to grow the economy and the environment, and everything we can,” says Shabana.

“For me, it’s very important that we have our own space.”

Shabanes people, who are mainly from the coastal area of Lake Victoria, have lived here for centuries, but the people living in Shabieye have been pushed out.

They have not been able to build a new community since the 1990s.

It takes a village of more than 1,000 people to live in Shabo, but there are more than a hundred Shabies who have migrated to Shabile.

Shabiliya are also living in an area of the city that is a lot smaller than Shabone, and is called Ndabiwa.

Ndabies are the poorest people in the area, and they live in cramped and overcrowded conditions.

They lack the social networks and support services that the Shabines have.

The Ndabais live in an isolated village with no infrastructure or social infrastructure.

They also lack health and education services, and have limited access to the water.

Ndebiwa is a place of fear for the people of Shabine, as it is a neighbourhood that is considered by many as unsafe.

The Shabia who are displaced are not given much protection.

They don’t have basic healthcare services, their health and safety is under threat, and their environment is not safe.

In 2015, a government-appointed task force was set up to address the challenges faced by Shabiies people.

“They were just sitting in the city, they weren’t receiving any basic services,” says Kibet Mokumbi, the head of the task force.

“Their health and wellbeing was a big problem.

We are living in a situation that we’re still living through.” “

There was no access to any basic medical services.

We are living in a situation that we’re still living through.”

The task force also found that many Shabiies did not have any land.

They do not own their land and it was not guaranteed that they would be able to access it.

“It’s been a lot of work,” says Mokumbi.

“If we could only get to land and build a village, then there’s a chance for us to start a new life, to start building a better life for ourselves and our families.”

A new village in Shabiye, the new neighbourhood of Ndabewa.

In March 2019, a Kenyan government-commissioned report on the Kenyan urban development strategy called for the construction and maintenance of at least five million new homes in Shaba in the