Husband and wife working in their tomato farm 

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10400

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Nabin Baral / IWMI

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solar irrigation agriculture food security

Date

22 July 21

Country

Nepal

Summary

Dirga Bahadur Khadka and his wife Dilsara Khadka harvest tomato in Dharam Pokhara Village in Gurans Rural Municipality in Dailekh district of Nepal. The family is one of the beneficiaries in Dharam Pokhara of solar lifted water. It used to take one and half hour to fetch water before the installation of the solar lift. Dirga Bahadur Khadka used to work in Malaysia as a migrant laborer. Now a day earning in his village by growing vegetables working together with his wife Dilsara Khadka for four years. “The excess water after drinking from the Solar lift water is used in vegetable farm”, he says.

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