All over Ghana's capital city Accra you see people carrying water.
Children drag yellow plastic jerry cans. Young men shoulder old paint tins.
But above all the job falls to women, walking long distances, with huge metal bowls balanced deftly on their heads.
They are collecting water from roadside pumps and tanks because the pipes that should deliver it to their homes have dried up.
In a country which has plentiful natural water resources and on African terms is relatively well off, a large part of the population still doesn't have access to clean water and some of the poorest Ghanaians pay a quarter of their income on purchasing it from private sellers.