(Source: Telegraph) – Ediane Marquis is in a rush to leave work at an infant school in the east of São Paulo.

It is the afternoon in Brazil’s commercial capital, and she knows her mother-in-law will be without water as the city struggles with its worst drought on record.

“The water goes off at 1pm and comes back on the next day,” said Mrs Marquis, 51. “Her bathroom and utility area are connected to the mains supply so she has to come to my house. It’s changed her life, it’s changed everything.” – Read More – Telegraph



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