The political and institutional context of the water sector in Sri Lanka: an overview
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Samad, Madar; Aheeyar, Mohamed; Royo-Olid, J.; Arulingam, Indika. 2017. The political and institutional context of the water sector in Sri Lanka: an overview. Luxembourg, Europe: European Union. 92p.
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WATER RESOURCES; POLITICAL ASPECTS; CORPORATE CULTURE; MACROECONOMICS; LOCAL GOVERNMENT; ECONOMIC ASPECTS; WATER USE; WATER PRODUCTIVITY; WATER SUPPLY; WATER QUALITY; WATER POWER; WATER POLICY; WATER BUDGET; FOOD PRODUCTION; SANITATION; CHRONIC COURSE; KIDNEY DISEASES; AETIOLOGY; ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT; LEGAL ASPECTS; FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS; PUBLIC INVESTMENT; STATE INTERVENTION; PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION; NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS; GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS; EUROPEAN UNION
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