An Aymara witchdoctor performs during an offering to ask for rain for their crops due to the seasonal drought, in Hampaturi near La Paz, Bolivia, November 19, 2020. Indigenous Aymara Bolivians performed an ancestral ritual on Thursday (November 19) to call for rain due to a severe drought that has slashed crop production and left water reservoirs low. REUTERS/David Mercado

An Aymara woman throws flowers petals to a indigenous authority during an offering to ask for rain for their crops due to the seasonal drought, in Hampaturi near La Paz, Bolivia, November 19, 2020. Members of the Hampaturi community, about 20 kilometres (12 miles) from La Paz, gathered together to pray during the ritual to call for rain and set fire to offerings to honor "Pachamama" or Mother Earth. REUTERS/David Mercado

An Aymara witchdoctor performs during an offering to ask for rain for their crops due to the seasonal drought, in Hampaturi near La Paz, Bolivia, November 19, 2020. Droughts periodically strikes Bolivia and in 2016 water rationing was instituted in the cities of La Paz and El Alto. REUTERS/David Mercado

Aymara people perform an offering to ask for rain for their crops due to the seasonal drought, in Hampaturi near La Paz, Bolivia, November 19, 2020.REUTERS/David Mercado

A statue of apostle James is seen during an Aymara offering ceremony to ask for rain for their crops due to the seasonal drought, in Hampaturi near La Paz, Bolivia, November 19, 2020. REUTERS/David Mercado

Aymara women attend an offering ceremony to ask for rain for their crops due to the seasonal drought, in Hampaturi near La Paz, Bolivia, November 19, 2020. REUTERS/David Mercado