Stella Artois

Some might call São Paulo, Brazil, a city of dreams.

Beautiful, amirite?

But when people talk about São Paulo, what they often leave out is the crisis.

"A crisis?" you ask.

Yes. A water crisis.

Is this real life? For millions of São Paulo residents, it is.

It's more than just a water crisis. It's a people crisis.

It's a crisis for Caiane da Costa.

It's a crisis for restaurant owner Luiz Campiglia.

It's a crisis for millions of other residents of São Paulo.

No water means people living without clean water to drink, to shower with, or to use for their businesses, on top of other consequences.

Watch the video to learn more.

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