Every morning, just as the sun rises in Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo, men, women and children walk miles to collect water.
They walk gingerly into Lake Kivu — its blue waters lapping against the hills surrounding it.
Pascal Bitasimwa, 12, is a boy with a big smile and a small frame. He carries a yellow jerrycan that is half his size and when he walks into the lake, he has to use all his weight to wrestle the jerrycan underwater.
"This takes me much of my time," he says. "Instead of going to study, I come first to take water."