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Title: Sri Lanka’s water resource management: New government should translate promise into action
Authors: Fernando, Srimal
Nizar, Mizly
Keywords: Water resource management
Sri Lanka’s water resource management
Issue Date: 29-Nov-2019
Publisher: South Asia Monitor
Citation: Fernando, S. and Nizar, M. (November 29, 2019). Sri Lanka’s water resource management: New government should translate promise into action. South Asia Monitor
Description: Sri Lanka boasts of a 2,500-year-old hydraulic civilization with a vast system of tanks built to store water and maximize the use of its water resources. The island is blessed with over 100 rivers and over 12,000 reservoirs that provide water for irrigation, drinking and commercial purposes.
URI: https://southasiamonitor.org/detail.php?type=eco&nid=31292
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