This is Nsezi River (between ESibomvu and Mbizingwe) in Matabeleland South province of Zimbabwe, normally it would be over- flowing in this time of the month but due to climate change effects its dry.
Climate change is real and here and it is causing massive human rights violations in our communities like right to water, right to food, right to employment, right to development, cultural rights, and rights of peasant farmers and ultimately right to life.
We may not be able to stop it but we can mitigate it and can massively document the impacts of climate change to the rights of our people.
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