Meet the Victims of Colombia’s Worst Drought in Decades

Nov. 20, 2015 - The Wayúu, Colombia's largest indigenous group, are suffering through a horrific drought. Linked to recurring El Niños, the drought has left the Wayúu without significant rain for three years. The lack of rain has devastated crops and livestock. The water the Wayúu are able to collect from the land is often contaminated. Some have migrated to cities to find relief and jobs, but many, wary of urban life, have stayed in the drought-hit region.

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