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Brahmaputra boat clinic goes solar, powering up rural healthcare
by Anuradha Nagaraj
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
30 October 2017
On 30 October 2017 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
The solar-powered S. B. Nahor is bringing dentists to the doorstep of those living on flood-prone river islands in Assam. The first of 15 Indian boat clinics to go solar, the S. B. Nahor has for the first time brought a dentist to the doorstep of tens of thousands of people who live on flood-prone river islands in Assam. And by going solar, it has given remote healthcare a much-needed green shot in the arm, boat doctors say.
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