Rural communities navigate a pandemic with water shortages

The village of Sheikh Ali Sharq in the Qena governorate is one of many in Egypt that suffer from a chronic water shortage. Every day, residents rise at 7 am, gather empty jugs, plastic bottles and other containers and commute in horse-drawn carts and motorized rickshaws to neighboring villages to collect water for drinking, sanitation and hygiene.

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