Drought in Zimbabwe.
Three Zimbabwean women carry 20-litre buckets of water walk four kilometres to their homes from the nearest borehole, the area's only remaining source of water. They have to walk back and forth a total of 12 km a day to fetch water.
A water way beneath them run dry.
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.
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