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Access to irrigation low in Nepal


02 March 2019  

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HETAUDA: Though Nepal is known as an agricultural country and a country rich in water resources, around 800 thousand arable land remains unirrigated, accord to a report by the Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation.

Of total 2.2 million hectares of arable land, only 1.4 million hectare has irrigation facility. Sources of irrigation in Nepal include underground water, well, canal and river.

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