In the wake of Cyclone Winston, nearly every village on Koro Island is relocating further inland.
The rainy season seems to have arrived early in Western Fiji, but not every farmer is relieved.
Fiji's Sigatoka River valley has been spared from the drought besetting Western Fiji, but the farmers still lack consistent access to potable water.
On Fiji's Koro Island, locals talk about how climate change and stronger cyclones are re-shaping their villages.
Fijian farmers talk about climate change amid a severe drought that's gripping much of the island nation.