Boreholes in the Namibian village of Okankolo are drying up. The country’s primary source of water, boreholes are supplied by rainwater, something the country has had in limited supply over the last few years. Boreholes supply 75 percent of the community with water. The other 25 percent have access to clean potable water.
The community has been relying on water tankers to deliver water, but truck repairs have delayed delivery.
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