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The Potential of Rainwater Harvesting in Urban Schools

This is the 3rd blog in SmartPaani’s lockdown series written by our team. This is written by Rojita Maharjan, SmartPaani’s Tripti and School Sustainability Manager about the potential for rainwater harvesting in urban schools. Water scarcity is a significant problem facing urban areas that will only become worse. In Kathmandu valley water quality and quantity […]

The Potability of Harvested Rainwater

SmartPaani’s Team has been working on a blog series to answer questions around sustainable water management, covid-19 and other topics during the lockdown. This is the second blog written by Environmental Engineer Amshu Chitrakar. Freshwater is a scarce resource all over the world, only 2.5% of the world’s water is fresh. Even less of this […]

Water usage in the age of COVID-19

Water Use Tips During Covid-19 Written by SmartPaani Project Coordinator, Madan Dhodari

Life Itself Is A Learning Lesson

Speak kindly to your inner self. You were never meant to shatter Write this truth inside your brain,  “I am worth it and I matter.” You are you and no one else  Leave those critics and move on.  You are the woman that you can be The woman that you want to be No one […]

Pim Bahal Pokhari

This large pond is a hidden gem, surrounded with buildings and local residents. It is located in the heart of Patan. Pim Bahal Pokhari was built in the 14th Century. It still is the famous historical pond in Patan. Before 2018, the situation of the pond was very poor. The pond was bare. The water […]

SmartPaani – Plastic Free Outdoor Events

Water scarcity affects everyone in one way or another and without innovative interventions the problem will only get worse in the future. Plastic pollution is another major problem that has implications for water quality, the marine environment, and the food supply worldwide.   Nepal, where the Himalayas are a major attraction, has seen increased tourism […]

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