How Israel's war has left Gaza dry
A tanker pulls up on a dirt road outside a two-level house where five families live. Three men jump out and unwind a plastic hose through the gates.
Because there is no electricity supply, the men have to struggle with a diesel-powered pump before they can start filling five black plastic Oxfam tanks each holding 500 litres near the gate and two more on the roof.
The residents of the house in Al Mansara, part of Gaza’s Shujaieh neighbourhood, are receiving their twice-monthly delivery of water.