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In the summer, temperatures in Morocco can shoot up to 120 degrees. What's worse, there's been a severe drought for more than two decades. The scorching climate has burned crops and damaged incomes.

The crisis drove one farmer named Mustapha off his land. He now lives in the city of Rabat, where he makes a living selling water. Sarah Kramer has this next installment of our Street Vendor series.
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