WINDHOEK, May 13 (Xinhua): When there is a prolonged dry spell, the sea of withered amber crops becomes a common sight in the northern part of Namibia.
Every day before the sun was up, Liina Mupopya from Oshana region in northern Namibia came to observe her pearl millet field. However, the sight of withered crops disheartened her.
"The rain is delayed and some crops become withered. Some have not even germinated," said Mupoya.
Namibia had been experiencing droughts since 2013, affecting about 60 percent of the households dependent on crop farming and agriculture.