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“Kopernik introduced drip irrigation to 55 households in Kechla, India. Kechla and the surrounding communities are located in rural Orissa (an eastern state of India) in the KBK (Kalahandi-Bolangir-Koraput) triangle known to be one of the poorest areas in India. We partnered with AuroMira Service Society (AMSS), a Delhi-based NGO to deliver the Driptech micro-chip irrigation system. Drip irrigation targets water specifically to crop roots, minimizing the use of limited water supplies and maximizing crop yields. Its benefits are particularly meaningful for farmers in Orissa state who have historically irrigated dry season crops by hand and juggle multiple jobs to sustain a basic living.”

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