While Kokoly rebuilds her home, she stayed with her nephew. Take a 360 degree look inside this traditional Vezo home
Communities in southwest Madagascar have been taking action to limit destructive practices. Watch this community film which encourages better gleaning practice
Meet Avy, another Vezo fisherman struggling to make a living. He's also one of the film's sound assistants
Learn more about what is being done to reduce shark fishing, in this short film 'Sharks & Men'
Seaweed farming is one form of 'aquaculture' that Blue Ventures is supporting in Madagascar. Read Irene's story - one of Kokoly's neighbours who has seen her life change after embracing aquaculture
Blue Ventures works alongside communities to rebuild tropical fisheries. This short film explores what can be done, and what is being done to improve the lives of people in southwest Madagascar
The Vezo people are on the frontline of climate change. Rising seas and extreme weather threaten lives and homes. Read about how the community is building resistance to climate breakdown
Fishers, governments, NGOs and business are working together on an ambitious plan to revitalise the octopus fishery Kokoly relies on. Read about the plan to help secure a sustainable future for both people and nature