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Drought in Zimbabwe.

Two women drink from a hole dug into a dried riverbed in drought-hit Masking Province, Zimbabwe.

Untreated and untested, the shallow stagnant water is a potential source of pollutants and water-borne diseases.

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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Two women drink from a hole dug into a dried riverbed in drought-hit Masking Province, Zimbabwe.  <br />
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Untreated and untested, the shallow stagnant water is a potential source of pollutants and water-borne diseases. <br />
<br />
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 />
<br />
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 />
<br />
Pictures shot by Justin Jin