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In Pakistan, a high mountain water pipe brings a bonus: peace
by Rina Saeed Khan
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17 September 2018
On 17 September 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
When a pipeline was installed last year to bring spring water and snowmelt to the village [Siksa, Pakistan] of 500 households in northern Pakistan, it brought something else as well: peace. The pipeline, sunk three feet into the ground, uses gravity to carry water six kilometres (3.7 miles) from the heights of the Karakoram Mountains in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan's northern-most region. A reliable supply of water also has allowed villagers for the first time in year to sell a surplus of vegetables grown in the nearby market towns of Khaplu and Skardu ...
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Villagers also have planted fruit trees -- meaning better nutrition and higher incomes, said Aisha Khan, who heads the Mountain and Glacier Protection Organization (MGPO), a non-profit that works in the region.
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