Following a succession of droughts in Cyprus, water has become a rare luxury for many residents. Is the water being shipped from Greece enough to significantly tackle this problem?
Many Cypriot families are without water for days on end: 'the fact that we don't have [water] for so long... It's making life difficult.' With rain scarce and water in short supply, agricultural workers are also concerned: 'If it doesn't rain again, we won't plant next year... we won't be able to continue our work.' Amidst the real-life impact of this problem, political and economic arguments are also aired. A detailed insight to a global concern.FULL SYNOPSIS