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KELANI RIVER IS IT A BOON OR BANE TO COLOMBO DISTRICT Daily Mirror Saturday, August 11, 2018   THE KELANI RIVER IS 145- KILOMETER LONG (90MILES) RIVER IN SRI LANKA. RANKING AS THE FOURTH LONGEST RIVER IN THE COUNTRY, IT STRETCHES FROM THE SRI PADA MOUNTAIN RANGE TOP COLOMBO. IT FLOWS THROUGH OR BORDERING THE DISTRICTS OF […]

2018 අගෝ 19 වන ඉරිදා ලංකාදීප ‎තක්සලාව,   කැලණි ගංවතුර පාලනයට විසඳුමක් කැලණි ගඟ බෙහෙවින් ඛාදනයට ලක්ව ඉවුරු පළල් වී ගඟ වෙනත් මගක හැරී යාමට ඉඩකඩ සහිත ස්ථානයක් අගනගරය ඇතුළු ප්‍රධාන නගර ඔස්සේ ගමන් කරනා ප්‍රධාන ගංගාවක් යනු බොහෝ රටවල සංචාරක ආකර්ෂණය දිනාගත්, ආර්ථිකයට දැවැන්ත දායකත්වයක් සපයන සම්පතකි. චීනය ඇතුළු ඇතැම් රටවල ප්‍රධාන නගරවල පවතින අවම ඉඩකඩින් […]

Project Management Unit conducted an orientation and progress review workshop in Avani Kalutara Resort hotel at Kalutara on 2nd August 2018 for 72 participants attended representing Kalutara, Galle, Rathnapura and Hambantota districts secretariats including divisional secretariats in four district and RDA and PRDA as key event in the process of implementation of Contingent Emergency Response […]

Hakwatunaoya Irrigation system which provide irrigation facilities for 2580Ha, with 2833 Beneficiary families were not fully rehabilitated for last 50 to 60 years. CRIP invested Rs 557m under the ID component and undertook this challenging task under the supervision of DI, Kurunegala and DIE, Hiriyala. Work has been done extremely satisfactorily,  Mr. Christoph Pusch, Practice […]

Mr. Christoph Pusch, Practice Manager, South Asia Disaster Risk Management & Climate Change Unit of the World Bank visited CRIP and had a meeting with the DPD’s of CRIP along with the Senior Staff Officers of the CRIP-PMU on 14 June 2018 at 2.00 pm with regard to the progress of each of the component. […]

On the request of the World Bank mission, a Brainstorming Session was conducted on 31st May 2018 at PMU conference hall. All the Mission members, PD and the key staff of the PMU, senior staff of the ID and DBIP component attended to the session. Additional secretary to MIWRM chaired the session. Understanding most appropriate […]

Climate Resilience Improvement Project (CRIP), is implemented for the purpose of reducing the vulnerability of exposed people and properties for flood and drought risks. It is a project of national significance and is being implemented by Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources Management, priority has given to mitigate flood risks in Kelani Basin. In line […]