Nepal's village women tackle water crisis

In the mountain villages of Nepal, farming communities are facing acute water shortages. Natural springs and aquifers are drying up, but some women are building artificial ponds or 'recharge basins' to collect rainwater and refill local aquifers.

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    In the mountain villages of Nepal, farming communities are facing acute water shortages.

    Natural springs and aquifers are drying up, but some women are building artificial ponds or 'recharge basins' to collect rainwater and refill local aquifers.

    Al Jazeera's Ramyata Limbu reports from Kavre.


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