Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Artisanal-Fishermen-in-Mauritius-27MZIFVUVA4P.htmlConceptually similarArtisanal Fishermen in MauritiusGP04KR1Completed★★★★Artisanal Fisherman in MauritiusGP04KQYCompleted★★★★Flotilla Accompanies Esperanza in MauritiusGP04KK9Completed★★★★Flotilla Accompanies Esperanza in MauritiusGP04KKDCompleted★★★★★★Fishermen in MauritiusGP04A7YCompleted★★★★Artisanal Fisherman in MauritiusGP04LFRCompleted★★★★Artisanal Fisherman in MauritiusGP04KS0Completed★★★★★★Artisanal Fishermen in MauritiusGP04KRYCompleted★★★★Artisanal Fisherman in MauritiusGP04KQWCompleted★★★★View AllGP04KQZArtisanal Fishermen in MauritiusArtisanal fishermen Joyce Seetah and Herve Colfire work in their boat in Black River Bay. "The fishing has diminished by almost 100%. It has been three months that we have not worked at all. There is nothing on the FADs (Fish Aggregating Device). What kind of work can we do now? We don’t have any choice. We are fishing just to get something to cook, that’s it. You can’t get any money out of it," says Seetah (pictured left).Locations:Eastern Africa-Indian Ocean-MauritiusDate:3 May, 2013Credit:© Jiri Rezac / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1024px X 683pxKeywords:Boats-Day-Fish-Fisheries-Fishers-Fishing (activity)-KWCI (GPI)-Native Africans-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Small-scale fishing-Sustainable fishing-Two people-Unusual angleShoot:Indian Ocean Esperanza Fisheries TourThe Greenpeace ship Esperanza is in the Indian Ocean for two months investigating fishing vessels that are operating illegally or using highly destructive and wasteful fishing techniques.