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Irrigation decision-making processes and conditions: a case study of Sri Lanka's Kirindi Oya Irrigation Settlement Project

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Detailed study of decision-making processes and managerial conditions of the Kirindi Oya Irrigation and Settlement Project in Sri Lanka, adopting a management perspective in the analysis of the performance of this major irrigation system in Sri Lanka. This paper is a companion document to "Irrigation management processes and conditions" by the same author.

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  • Nijman, Charles, 1992. "Irrigation decision-making processes and conditions: a case study of Sri Lanka's Kirindi Oya Irrigation Settlement Project," IWMI Books, International Water Management Institute, number 114040.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:iwmibo:114040
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    2. Kikuchi, M., 1992. "Policy and research issues in irrigation management for crop diversification with special reference to Sri Lanka," Conference Papers h012019, International Water Management Institute.
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