Guatemala’s drought-hit Indigenous communities seek new ways to collect water

Sacapulas (Guatemala) (AFP) – “I envy people who have water,” says Maria Baten, a resident of an Indigenous village in northern Guatemala where drought threatens to create a severe food crisis. In the Quiche region, residents are learning to build ditches above their sloped fields and filtering their drinking water with chlorine, measures desperately needed.


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