.
.
.
.

Turning sun into water in parched rural Morocco

Published: Updated:

In Tafoughalt, a little village deep in the mountains of Morocco's Berkane province, the impact of climate change is being felt already. Rising temperatures are among the factors making the rains increasingly unpredictable.

As a consequence, life for the residents of Tafoughalt - who largely survive on subsistence farming - is becoming harder than ever. So a local organisation has installed solar water pumps and rain water basins in the mountains