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We are the living dead’: Drought-hit Tunisian villages battle isolation

Tunisian dams are filled at just 22 percent capacity and some 20 dams have already gone out of service.Tunisian villager Ounissa Mazhoud ties two empty jerry cans to a donkey and cautiously descends a stony hill towards the last local source of water. The North African country, in its fourth year of drought, is grappling with its worst water scarcity in years.https://www.aljazeera.com/gallery/2023/12/13/photos-living-dead-tunisian-villages-suffer-drought-climate-change

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  • George Kariuki

    15 w

    Quite devastating. It should serve as a call to action for comprehensive policies that not only mitigate the causes of climate change but also support communities in adapting to the changes that are already underway.

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    • Munene Mugambi

      15 w

      A heavy heart to read this. Provision of such basic amenities should be paramount and a necessary thing to do

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      • Patrick Kiash

        15 w

        SAD

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        • winnie nguru

          15 w

          This is heavy. I hope the government does something about this matter

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          • Princess

            15 w

            The pressing need for assistance and sustainable solutions is evident in the face of these challenging conditions.

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            • Edwin wangombe

              15 w

              this is devastating... it's time for the government to look for an alternative so that it can save its people from the hardships they are going through

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              • Elizabeth Gathigia

                15 w

                It's worrying situation and a solution can found to save the people of Tunisia

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                • Johannes Luiga

                  15 w

                  Drought is terrible

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                  • Munene Mugambi

                    15 w

                    @Johannes_Luiga Indeed it is but the government responsible for such people can also do better for the people

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                  • walter lungayi

                    15 w

                    It's heartbreaking to see the impact of drought on Tunisian villages, leading to isolation and hardship for the residents. It's a reminder of the urgent need for sustainable water management and support for communities affected by climate change.

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                    • Joseph Githinji

                      15 w

                      This is disappointing, hope the people of Tunisia will get out of this problem and stand again. This is a reminder to all to be vigilant on matters climate action.

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