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The Centre for Poverty Analysis (CEPA) is an independent, Sri Lankan think-tank promoting a better understanding of poverty-related development issues.  CEPA believes that poverty is an injustice that should be overcome and that overcoming poverty involves changing policies and practices nationally and internationally, as well as working with people in poverty.  CEPA strives to contribute to influencing poverty-related development policy, at national, regional, sectoral, programme and project levels.

MIT CoLab Blog Series on the Southern Expressway

Posted by Admin

29 Apr 2014

This week CEPA is collaborating with MIT's CoLab Radio blog, on a series called Evaluating the E01, which looks at the hidden costs, and high and lows of Sri Lanka's Southern Expressway. The series is edited by Nushelle de Silva, who will be drawing from CEPA's research on the resettlement process for the Southern Transport Development Project (STDP). Stay tuned for a new blog post every day this week.

Part 1. The Highs and Lows of Sri Lanka’s First Highway

Part 2. My Home for Your Highway (guest post by CEPA)

Part 3. Losing Land and Livelihoods (guest post by CEPA)

Part 4. The Road Less Travelled

Part 5. A Final Evaluation of the E01


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