Woman irrigating crops 

Resource downloads

File information File dimensions File size Options

Original JPG File

4992 × 3328 pixels (16.61 MP)

42.3 cm × 28.2 cm @ 300 PPI

11.8 MB Download

Low resolution print

2000 × 1333 pixels (2.67 MP)

16.9 cm × 11.3 cm @ 300 PPI

797 KB Download

Screen

1200 × 800 pixels (0.96 MP)

10.2 cm × 6.8 cm @ 300 PPI

352 KB Download

Preview

Full screen preview

352 KB View
Resource details

Resource ID

99

Access

Open

Contributed by

Maheshi Adams

Photo Credit/Author/Presenter

Jim Holmes / IWMI

Other

Laos Southeast Asia agriculture farming
food security water supply irrigation women

Date

16 January 13

Country

Lao People's Democratic Republic

Summary

Mrs. Heng (ນາງເຮັງ):
• 38 years old
• Husband Name: Somphanh Sonephor, 42 years old
• Family member: 6 in total (3 sons).
• Water source: wells
• Number of wells: 2, more than 15 years old since they were built
Ekxang Village, Phonhong District, Vientiane Province


• Depth: 9-10 meters
• Time to dig the well: 3 days (by family members)
• Dried period / less water: April to May for the whole village
• Middle man (from Vientiane capital) purchases the produce at the garden. They also sell within the village.
• Organic farm for household consumption and sell
• Income: 6-7 million kip a year
• Crops: various lettuces, inion, mint, and others

Search for similar resources

Remove