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In rural Nepal, solar irrigation is helping keep families together

Parwati Rawat tends to her apple orchard in Dhaulapani village, Jumla district, Nepal. Image: HANDOUT/Practical Action/Archana Gurung

Aadesh Subedi

Journalist, Reuters

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A solar water pump installed by the government in Dagivada village, Tatopani municipality, Nepal, February 4, 2019. Image: HANDOUT/Practical Action/Archana Gurung
Bhadri Sarki works in her field, in Dhaulapani village, Jumla district, Nepal, February 4, 2019. Image: HANDOUT/Practical Action/Archana Gurung

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