Many in the city have just one hour of running water per week
The parched ground crunches beneath your feet as you walk through the Texcoco area on the outskirts of the city. The bleached, cracked terrain stretches out in all directions. Nothing can grow here.
It is very difficult to imagine, that just 70 years ago, this area was filled with water. This was one of five lakes that used to enrich the Mexico City valley.
Today, in a prime example of what more than a century of water mismanagement can do, they have all but disappeared.
Porfavor, lean el resto.