When I go in March 2019 on the shoreline of the Barbary language located at the seaside in Saint Louis in northern Senegal, I see that all the fishermen’s houses built at sea level were destroyed, gnawed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Some families continue to live in their ruined homes and cling to the remaining piece of land facing the sea. Others have been relocated to the Raliala camp outside the city. Here, all the families I met suffered their fate with courage and resignation. It was during the storm of December 2017 that the sea ravaged for several days their homes. Two years later, they still do not understand why.