La Paz, Bolivia

Al Jazeera: Permanent water rationing declared in drought-stricken Bolivia

Tell me again how many areas are suffering drought globally?

Authorities have declared water rationing in La Paz to be a permanent measure as the drought in Bolivia worsens.
The three main dams that supply water to the city are almost dry.
The main Ajuan Khota dam is at 1 percent of capacity, while the other two dams are averaging 8 percent capacity.
This has led to water cuts in some neighbourhoods for the first time. The Corque municipality has been particularly severely hit, according to a report from the Pan American Health Organization, and 70 percent of the population lack drinking water.