By Mariana Palavra
|25 year old Nour Hartu with her youngest daughter Tosmin Ara, A Nauk Ywe village, Rakhine State.|
©UNICEF Myanmar/2015/Myo Thame
Children and families in Myanmar’s Rakhine State are still recovering from the sectarian violence that erupted in 2012. Many live in camps, where they are vulnerable to both water shortages and floods. UNICEF is currently helping flood-affected families to access clean water, but when we visited in early June, they faced the opposite problem – water shortages caused by a prolonged period of drought.