Migrants on US-Mexican border suffer from extreme water scarcity
- Climatechange news
If the situation seems desperate for Mexicans, it is a nightmare for the almost 10,000 migrants waiting in Reynosa for a chance to cross into the US. More than half of the migrant population lives outside shelters, without access to clean or drinkable water. This results in poor hygiene and water-borne diseases, particularly among children.