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写真 | 2022年 06月 15日 03:23 JST

In hottest city on Earth, mothers bear brunt of climate change

Razia, 25, and her six-month-old daughter Tamanna, sit in front of a fan to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Last month Jacobabad became the hottest city on Earth.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Razia, 25, and her six-month-old daughter Tamanna, sit in front of a fan to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacmore

Razia, 25, and her six-month-old daughter Tamanna, sit in front of a fan to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Last month Jacobabad became the hottest city on Earth.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Heavily Pregnant, Sonari, collects muskmelons during a heatwave, at a farm on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022. 
"When the heat is coming and we're pregnant, we feel stressed," said Sonari who is in her 20s and works alongside about a dozen other women, several of them pregnant, in the melon fields about 10 km from Jacobabad's centre. They begin work each day at 6 a.m. with a short afternoon break for housework and cooking before returning to the field to work until sundown. They describe leg pains, fainting episodes and discomfort while breastfeeding.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Heavily Pregnant, Sonari, collects muskmelons during a heatwave, at a farm on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakimore

Heavily Pregnant, Sonari, collects muskmelons during a heatwave, at a farm on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022. "When the heat is coming and we're pregnant, we feel stressed," said Sonari who is in her 20s and works alongside about a dozen other women, several of them pregnant, in the melon fields about 10 km from Jacobabad's centre. They begin work each day at 6 a.m. with a short afternoon break for housework and cooking before returning to the field to work until sundown. They describe leg pains, fainting episodes and discomfort while breastfeeding.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Rabia fans her son, Manish Kumar, 10, as he lies in bed after having a bladder stone removed, during a heatwave, at Civil Hospital, Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Few places are more punishing. Last month, temperatures hit 51 Celsius (124 Fahrenheit) on May 14, which local meteorological officials was highly unusual for that time of year.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Rabia fans her son, Manish Kumar, 10, as he lies in bed after having a bladder stone removed, during a heatwavmore

Rabia fans her son, Manish Kumar, 10, as he lies in bed after having a bladder stone removed, during a heatwave, at Civil Hospital, Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Few places are more punishing. Last month, temperatures hit 51 Celsius (124 Fahrenheit) on May 14, which local meteorological officials was highly unusual for that time of year. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A grandmother visits her grandson while he sleeps, during a heatwave, at the Jacobabad Institute of Medical Sciences (JIMS), Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. Jacobabad's roughly 200,000 residents are well aware of their reputation as one of the world's hottest cities. "If we go to hell, we'll take a blanket," is a common joke told in the area.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

A grandmother visits her grandson while he sleeps, during a heatwave, at the Jacobabad Institute of Medical Scmore

A grandmother visits her grandson while he sleeps, during a heatwave, at the Jacobabad Institute of Medical Sciences (JIMS), Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. Jacobabad's roughly 200,000 residents are well aware of their reputation as one of the world's hottest cities. "If we go to hell, we'll take a blanket," is a common joke told in the area. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Women and children wash themselves after work at a muskmelon farm, during a heatwave, at a hand pump on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022.  Women are especially vulnerable to rising temperatures in poor countries on the frontlines of climate change because many have little choice but to work through their pregnancies and soon after giving birth, according to interviews with more than a dozen female residents in the Jacobabad area as well as half a dozen development and human rights experts.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Women and children wash themselves after work at a muskmelon farm, during a heatwave, at a hand pump on the oumore

Women and children wash themselves after work at a muskmelon farm, during a heatwave, at a hand pump on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022. Women are especially vulnerable to rising temperatures in poor countries on the frontlines of climate change because many have little choice but to work through their pregnancies and soon after giving birth, according to interviews with more than a dozen female residents in the Jacobabad area as well as half a dozen development and human rights experts. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A father and his son fill water canisters from a private pump to sell door-to-door, during a heatwave, at residential area in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. 
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A father and his son fill water canisters from a private pump to sell door-to-door, during a heatwave, at resimore

A father and his son fill water canisters from a private pump to sell door-to-door, during a heatwave, at residential area in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A woman drinks a plum and tamarind drink to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

A woman drinks a plum and tamarind drink to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. more

A woman drinks a plum and tamarind drink to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Kaloo, 60, repairs a fan with a spoon while at work in a cafe, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Kaloo, 60, repairs a fan with a spoon while at work in a cafe, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan May 1more

Kaloo, 60, repairs a fan with a spoon while at work in a cafe, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan May 14, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Gulam Mohammad, 37, a vegetable seller, sprays water from his mouth to cool off his chicken, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Gulam Mohammad, 37, a vegetable seller, sprays water from his mouth to cool off his chicken, during a heatwavemore

Gulam Mohammad, 37, a vegetable seller, sprays water from his mouth to cool off his chicken, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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People in a rickshaw carry a solar panel, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

People in a rickshaw carry a solar panel, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akmore

People in a rickshaw carry a solar panel, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Liza Khan, 22, project manager at the Community Development Foundation (CDF), walks to her office in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 18, 2022. "It feels like no one sees them, no one cares about them," Khan said more broadly about the plight facing many women in Jacobabad and the wider Sindh region. "Nowadays I'm working 24/7," she said.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro.

Liza Khan, 22, project manager at the Community Development Foundation (CDF), walks to her office in Jacobabadmore

Liza Khan, 22, project manager at the Community Development Foundation (CDF), walks to her office in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 18, 2022. "It feels like no one sees them, no one cares about them," Khan said more broadly about the plight facing many women in Jacobabad and the wider Sindh region. "Nowadays I'm working 24/7," she said. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro.
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Zahida, 16, washes clothes during a heatwave, outside her two-room family home, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16, 2022. For every 1 degree Celsius in temperature rise, the number of stillbirths and premature deliveries increases by about 5%, according to the meta-analysis, which was carried out by several research institutions globally and published in the British Medical Journal in September 2020.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Zahida, 16, washes clothes during a heatwave, outside her two-room family home, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16more

Zahida, 16, washes clothes during a heatwave, outside her two-room family home, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16, 2022. For every 1 degree Celsius in temperature rise, the number of stillbirths and premature deliveries increases by about 5%, according to the meta-analysis, which was carried out by several research institutions globally and published in the British Medical Journal in September 2020.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Men sleep on charpoy rope beds, early in the morning during a heatwave, on a roof in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Jacobabad's roughly 200,000 residents are well aware of their reputation as one of the world's hottest cities.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Men sleep on charpoy rope beds, early in the morning during a heatwave, on a roof in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May more

Men sleep on charpoy rope beds, early in the morning during a heatwave, on a roof in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Jacobabad's roughly 200,000 residents are well aware of their reputation as one of the world's hottest cities. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Rehmat, 30, helps Razia, 25, bathe her six-month-old daughter Tamanna to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Women in socially conservative Pakistan - and many other places - typically cook the family meals over hot stoves or open fires, often in cramped rooms with no ventilation or cooling. "If you're inside cooking next to a hot open fire you have that burden of that heat in addition to the ambient heat which makes things that much more dangerous," Cecilia Sorensen, director of the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education at Columbia University said.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Rehmat, 30, helps Razia, 25, bathe her six-month-old daughter Tamanna to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobamore

Rehmat, 30, helps Razia, 25, bathe her six-month-old daughter Tamanna to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Women in socially conservative Pakistan - and many other places - typically cook the family meals over hot stoves or open fires, often in cramped rooms with no ventilation or cooling. "If you're inside cooking next to a hot open fire you have that burden of that heat in addition to the ambient heat which makes things that much more dangerous," Cecilia Sorensen, director of the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education at Columbia University said.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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One-month-old Vamar Kumar, sleeps at home under a mosquito net, during a heatwave, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

One-month-old Vamar Kumar, sleeps at home under a mosquito net, during a heatwave, on the outskirts of Jacobabmore

One-month-old Vamar Kumar, sleeps at home under a mosquito net, during a heatwave, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A man pulls a donkey cart as a boy sits on jerrycans, filled with water from a private pump, to sell them door-to-door, during a heatwave at residential area in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 13, 2022. The harsh conditions facing many women were brought into tragic focus on May 14, the day temperatures in Jacobabad hit 51 C, making it the world's hottest city at that time.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

A man pulls a donkey cart as a boy sits on jerrycans, filled with water from a private pump, to sell them doormore

A man pulls a donkey cart as a boy sits on jerrycans, filled with water from a private pump, to sell them door-to-door, during a heatwave at residential area in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 13, 2022. The harsh conditions facing many women were brought into tragic focus on May 14, the day temperatures in Jacobabad hit 51 C, making it the world's hottest city at that time. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Siraj, 8, carries bags of ice purchased for his family from a nearby stall, in a residential area in Jacobabad, Pakistan May 16, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

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Siraj, 8, carries bags of ice purchased for his family from a nearby stall, in a residential area in Jacobabad, Pakistan May 16, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Parya, 42, a laborer, works in the sun during a heatwave at a brick kiln factory, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. Jacobabad has crossed that threshold at least twice since 2010, according to regional weather data. And, globally, such "extreme humid heat events" have more than doubled in frequency in the last four decades, according to a May 2020 study in the journal Science.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Parya, 42, a laborer, works in the sun during a heatwave at a brick kiln factory, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May more

Parya, 42, a laborer, works in the sun during a heatwave at a brick kiln factory, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. Jacobabad has crossed that threshold at least twice since 2010, according to regional weather data. And, globally, such "extreme humid heat events" have more than doubled in frequency in the last four decades, according to a May 2020 study in the journal Science. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Mohammad Iqbal, 42, a pump operator, speaks on his mobile phone while checking the water levels of one of the chambers at a reverse osmosis plant in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Mohammad Iqbal, 42, a pump operator, speaks on his mobile phone while checking the water levels of one of the more

Mohammad Iqbal, 42, a pump operator, speaks on his mobile phone while checking the water levels of one of the chambers at a reverse osmosis plant in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Senior observer, Iftikhar Ahmed, points on the metrological observation pocket register to 51 degrees Celsius, recorded on May 14, 2022, in Jacobabad, Pakistan.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Senior observer, Iftikhar Ahmed, points on the metrological observation pocket register to 51 degrees Celsius,more

Senior observer, Iftikhar Ahmed, points on the metrological observation pocket register to 51 degrees Celsius, recorded on May 14, 2022, in Jacobabad, Pakistan. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Biban, a pregnant farmer, clears unwanted grass at a muskmelon farm, during a heatwave, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022. District health officials did not answer requests for comment about Jacobabad's record of heat-related deaths in recent years.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Biban, a pregnant farmer, clears unwanted grass at a muskmelon farm, during a heatwave, on the outskirts of Jamore

Biban, a pregnant farmer, clears unwanted grass at a muskmelon farm, during a heatwave, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022. District health officials did not answer requests for comment about Jacobabad's record of heat-related deaths in recent years.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Farmer Waderi, 17, fans her one-month-old son Amar Kumar during a heatwave, at home, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022. Widespread poverty and frequent power cuts mean many people can't afford or use air conditioning or at times even a fan to cool down.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Farmer Waderi, 17, fans her one-month-old son Amar Kumar during a heatwave, at home, on the outskirts of Jacobmore

Farmer Waderi, 17, fans her one-month-old son Amar Kumar during a heatwave, at home, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022. Widespread poverty and frequent power cuts mean many people can't afford or use air conditioning or at times even a fan to cool down. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A woman walks to fetch water from a nearby hand-pump with a water cooler on her head, during a heatwave, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16, 2022. Potential strategies recommended by experts include providing clean-energy stoves to replace open-fire cooking, offering women's medical and social services during early morning or evening hours when it is cooler and replacing tin roofs with cooler material in white to reflect solar radiation away from the home.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

A woman walks to fetch water from a nearby hand-pump with a water cooler on her head, during a heatwave, on thmore

A woman walks to fetch water from a nearby hand-pump with a water cooler on her head, during a heatwave, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16, 2022. Potential strategies recommended by experts include providing clean-energy stoves to replace open-fire cooking, offering women's medical and social services during early morning or evening hours when it is cooler and replacing tin roofs with cooler material in white to reflect solar radiation away from the home. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A man poses for a photo as he eats gola ganda, a shaved ice dessert, to cool off outside a cafe in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

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A man poses for a photo as he eats gola ganda, a shaved ice dessert, to cool off outside a cafe in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Children sit in a classroom during a power outage, at the Adolescent and Adult Learning and Training Program (AALTP), Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16, 2022. Climate Change Minister Sherry Rehman told Reuters that women were likely bear the brunt of rising temperatures as they continued to scorch the country, adding that climate change policies in the future needed to address the specific needs of women. 
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Children sit in a classroom during a power outage, at the Adolescent and Adult Learning and Training Program (more

Children sit in a classroom during a power outage, at the Adolescent and Adult Learning and Training Program (AALTP), Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 16, 2022. Climate Change Minister Sherry Rehman told Reuters that women were likely bear the brunt of rising temperatures as they continued to scorch the country, adding that climate change policies in the future needed to address the specific needs of women. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A man loads water bottles onto his donkey cart to supply a nearby market, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022.  The cart's driver runs back and forth delivering 20-litre containers of water from one of a few dozen private pumps around the city. Most residents of Jacobabad rely on such water deliveries, which can cost between a fifth and an eighth of a household's meagre income. Still, it's often not enough, and some families are forced to ration.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

A man loads water bottles onto his donkey cart to supply a nearby market, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakmore

A man loads water bottles onto his donkey cart to supply a nearby market, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. The cart's driver runs back and forth delivering 20-litre containers of water from one of a few dozen private pumps around the city. Most residents of Jacobabad rely on such water deliveries, which can cost between a fifth and an eighth of a household's meagre income. Still, it's often not enough, and some families are forced to ration. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A man holds his heat-stressed chicken while another man administers an injection, during a heatwave, at a pet shop in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Some in Jacobabad find it galling that Pakistan is responsible for just a fraction of the greenhouse gases released in the industrial era and now warming the atmosphere.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

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A man holds his heat-stressed chicken while another man administers an injection, during a heatwave, at a pet shop in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Some in Jacobabad find it galling that Pakistan is responsible for just a fraction of the greenhouse gases released in the industrial era and now warming the atmosphere. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Cobbler Fazal Mohammad, 40, repairs a sandal as he sits in front of an air-cooler during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Local officials said water shortages were partly due to electricity cuts, which mean water cannot be filtered and sent via pipes throughout the city. There are also severe water shortages across Sindh, with climate change minister Rehman flagging shortfalls of up to 60% of what is needed in the province's key dams and canals. 
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Cobbler Fazal Mohammad, 40, repairs a sandal as he sits in front of an air-cooler during a heatwave, in Jacobamore

Cobbler Fazal Mohammad, 40, repairs a sandal as he sits in front of an air-cooler during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Local officials said water shortages were partly due to electricity cuts, which mean water cannot be filtered and sent via pipes throughout the city. There are also severe water shortages across Sindh, with climate change minister Rehman flagging shortfalls of up to 60% of what is needed in the province's key dams and canals. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Rehmat, stitches a Sindhi ralli quilt, while sitting in front of a fan to cool off, during a heatwave in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Rehmat, stitches a Sindhi ralli quilt, while sitting in front of a fan to cool off, during a heatwave in Jacobmore

Rehmat, stitches a Sindhi ralli quilt, while sitting in front of a fan to cool off, during a heatwave in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A flag with a religious sign is seen on a wall, along with a television screen and a satellite receiver, during a power outage in a heatwave, in a low-income neighborhood in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

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A flag with a religious sign is seen on a wall, along with a television screen and a satellite receiver, during a power outage in a heatwave, in a low-income neighborhood in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Rubina, 35, prepares food for her family during a heatwave, at home in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Rubina said she usually felt dizzy in the heat and tried to soak herself in water each time she cooked to prevent herself from fainting. There was not always enough water to do so, though. "Most of the time, it ends before it's time to buy more and we must wait," she added, as she supervised her children and grandchildren sharing a cup of water. "On the hot days with no water, no electricity we wake up and the only thing we do is pray to God."  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Rubina, 35, prepares food for her family during a heatwave, at home in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Rubimore

Rubina, 35, prepares food for her family during a heatwave, at home in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 15, 2022. Rubina said she usually felt dizzy in the heat and tried to soak herself in water each time she cooked to prevent herself from fainting. There was not always enough water to do so, though. "Most of the time, it ends before it's time to buy more and we must wait," she added, as she supervised her children and grandchildren sharing a cup of water. "On the hot days with no water, no electricity we wake up and the only thing we do is pray to God."  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Chaneser, 45, piles up bricks on a tractor trolley during a heatwave, at a brick kiln factory in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Chaneser, 45, piles up bricks on a tractor trolley during a heatwave, at a brick kiln factory in Jacobabad, Pamore

Chaneser, 45, piles up bricks on a tractor trolley during a heatwave, at a brick kiln factory in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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One boy bathes while another draws water from a hand pump, near a buffalo sitting in the mud to cool off, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

One boy bathes while another draws water from a hand pump, near a buffalo sitting in the mud to cool off, durimore

One boy bathes while another draws water from a hand pump, near a buffalo sitting in the mud to cool off, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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A man sits in front of a fan, as he prepares dough for oven-baked flatbread, during a heatwave, at a cafe in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

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A man sits in front of a fan, as he prepares dough for oven-baked flatbread, during a heatwave, at a cafe in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Local residents eat their lunch of curry and flatbread, during a heatwave, at a cafe in Jacobabad, Pakistan May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

Local residents eat their lunch of curry and flatbread, during a heatwave, at a cafe in Jacobabad, Pakistan Mamore

Local residents eat their lunch of curry and flatbread, during a heatwave, at a cafe in Jacobabad, Pakistan May 14, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Chaneser, 45, is reflected in a mirror of a tractor trolley, as he takes a break from work, during a heatwave, at a brick kiln factory in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022.  REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro

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Chaneser, 45, is reflected in a mirror of a tractor trolley, as he takes a break from work, during a heatwave, at a brick kiln factory in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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Men sit and watch television during a heatwave, at a tailor shop in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. 
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Men sit and watch television during a heatwave, at a tailor shop in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. REUTEmore

Men sit and watch television during a heatwave, at a tailor shop in Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 14, 2022. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
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