In the front yard of a modest house in Cape Town's Khayelitsha township in South Africa, Samantha Tibisono washes her clothes with water from a communal tap.
She lives in Site C, a neighborhood where nearly two-thirds of residents live in shacks with no running water. The city provides communal taps and toilets for sanitation, but lately the taps have run dry.
Inside their home, Tibisono's daughter Asavela, 17, points to buckets of water on shelves and under a table.
"Sometimes [we go] two days without water," she says.