The Ovahimba are a very traditionally living tribe in northwestern Namibia. They are semi-nomadic herders who move with their life stock to new grazing grounds. The men are taking over the job as herders while the women look after the family in the kraal. Water is a specialty item in this dry environment. Women, often young girls, have to walk daily for sometimes long distances to fetch water from a well. I met this teenage girl while she was carrying 20 liters of water on her head which amounts to about 20 kilograms. She had already walked a long distance and was still two kilometers away from her hut.