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Participatory management in Sri Lanka's irrigation schemes


  • International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI)


Several forms of participatory management are either experimented with, in use, or have been in use in Sri Lanka by various agencies (government, semi-government, and voluntary). An overview of village irrigation systems in Sri Lanka, with reference to ongoing irrigation development efforts and particular irrigation management needs is presented, as well as priority research issues relevant to small-scale irrigation systems.

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  • International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI), 1986. "Participatory management in Sri Lanka's irrigation schemes," IWMI Books, International Water Management Institute, number 113952.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:iwmibo:113952

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