Tuna catch dries up for Kenya’s local fishing community


              A fisherman works on his dhow moored along the coastline in Shimoni, Kenya, on Monday June 13, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              Fisherman Kassim Abdalla Zingizi holds a yellowfin tuna after a catch in Vanga, Kenya, on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. Zingizi said that most artisanal fisherfolk lack the skills, knowledge and financial support to compete with larger foreign vessels. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya, on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              A fisherman holds his rabbit fish catch at Shimoni port in Kwale County, Kenya, on Saturday, June 11, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              A fisherman comes out of the sea holding his hurricane lantern after a long night of fishing in the Shimoni Fishers Jetty, in Kwale County, Kenya, on Saturday, June 11, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              Fishermen head out to sea for their daily catch on Friday, June 10, 2022, at Shimoni port in Kwale county, Kenya. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              Fisherman Kassim Abdalla Zingizi holds a yellowfin tuna after a catch in Vanga, Kenya, on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. Zingizi said that most artisanal fisherfolk lack the skills, knowledge and financial support to compete with larger ships. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              A fisherman carries an oxygen tank after fishing in the Indian Ocean at Shimoni port, in Kwale county, Kenya, on Saturday, June 11, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              Fishermen at Shimoni port prepare to head out for their daily catch on Friday, June 10, 2022, in Kwale county, Kenya. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              Fisherman Chapoka Miongo speaks from his traditional dugout canoe at the Shimoni channel, in Kwale county, Kenya, on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. Miongo explained that warming waters forced tuna species to alter their migration patterns, making it harder for local fishers to catch them. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              A fisherman walks, left, with his catch as needlefish hang at right at the Shimoni port, in Kwale county, Kenya, on Saturday, June 11, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
            
              Fishermen swim out from an incoming boat at a berth, some with their overnight catch in Kwale county, Gazi Bay, Kenya on Sunday, June 12, 2022. Artisanal fisheries on Kenya's coast say climate change, overfishing by large foreign vessels and a lack of other job opportunities for coastal communities is draining the Indian Ocean of its yellowfin tuna stocks. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
Tuna catch dries up for Kenya’s local fishing community