In Dry Water
Adama and Adja have a problem. Their country is running out of fish. This Newsy documentary shows the human impact of the global overfishing crisis.
Hours before sunup every weekday, Adama and his five-man crew roll their pirogues out to sea. The fishermen set sail from Fann Hock, a bustling port on the Cap-Vert peninsula in Dakar, Senegal, on Africa’s westernmost tip, in search of sardinellas, thiof, mackerel, whatever they can find. At this point Adama knows “beggars can’t be choosers.”
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