Struggling To Survive On The Zambezi River Banks

BaTonga clan have fled their homes due to drought. The have taken refuge at the banks of river Zambezi with the hopes of practicing farming but still they are not able to meet their needs due to poverty. They survive on food trade and during drought they eat wild fruits which are often poisonous. The children are prone to malnutrition diseases because of poor diet and women become more vulnerable to social ills.