Energy That Transforms (Photo Feature)

The photo feature shows how energy has been transforming the lives of people.

Sept. 20, 2020, 4:53 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: VOL. 14 No. 04, September 18, 2020 ( Ashwin 2, 2077) Publisher: Keshab Prasad Poudel Online Register Number: DOI 584/074-75

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An adolescent girl prepares firewood for her kitchen. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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A woman from high hills in Bajura fills up water from a community tap for household use. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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An elderly from western Nepal bring back home some firewood for cooking. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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Traditional kitchen using open fire for cooking is one of the major factors leading to respiratory illness among women and young children. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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Women in rural Nepal use maximum time in energy management which they could have used in more productive area or simply in taking a rest. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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Improved and clean cooking also does a huge favor to the forests and natural resources. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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Even in the driest lands of Nepal, innovation in irrigation is leading to better livelihood. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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Improved irrigation system contributes largely to better agriculture and enhanced nutrition intake. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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Better livelihood means a better future for the family and an entire generation to come. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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Gravity Goods Ropeways that run only on gravitational force and are free of any carbon footprint are changing lives of many farmers in the steepest hills of Nepal. Practical Action/Kishor Sharma

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Productive use of energy giving birth to young entrepreneurs. Practical Action/EdoardoSantangelo

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Manual food processing can be time-consuming and tedious but young girls here save time through the use of a processing mill. Practical Action/EdoardoSantangelo

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Nomads of Achham returning back homes after passing a long winter in low lands selling livestock depend on portable solar panels for energy supply. Practical Action/Archana Gurung

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A solar water lift irrigation plant set up in Jumla. Practical Action/Archana Gurung Note: This photo also used as a cover story page in the print edition.

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Right skills need energy interventions to convert them into scalable ideas and ventures. Practical Action/Archana Gurung

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