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Drought in Zimbabwe.

Liliosa, 16, carries a 20-litre bucket of water and walk four kilometres to her home from the nearest borehole, the area's only remaining source of water. She has to walk back and forth twice a day with her baby on her back and forage for food in the wild for her, her baby and her young sister, who is born HIV positive.

Drought in southern Africa is devastating communities in Zimbabwe, leaving 4 million people urgently in need of food aid. The government declared a state of emergency,.

Here in Masvingo Province, the country's hardest hit province, vegetation has wilted, livestock is dying, and people are at serious risk of famine.

Pictures shot by Justin Jin

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Liliosa, 16, carries a 20-litre bucket of water and walk four kilometres to her home from the nearest borehole, the area's only remaining source of water. She has to walk back and forth twice a day with her baby on her back and forage for food in the wild for her, her baby and her young sister, who is born HIV positive. <br />
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Drought in southern Africa is devastating communities in Zimbabwe, leaving 4 million people urgently in need of food aid. The government declared a state of emergency,. <br />
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Here in Masvingo Province, the country's hardest hit province, vegetation has wilted, livestock is dying, and people are at serious risk of famine. <br />
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Pictures shot by Justin Jin