According to ADB website, Sri Lanka was hit by severe Tropical Storm Roanu on 15 May 2016 causing widespread flooding and landslides in 22 out of the 25 districts of the country affecting 340,150 people.
This project is an emergency grant, therefore Design and Monitoring Framework (DMF) is not applicable. The grant amounting to US$ 2 Million is sourced out from the Asia Pacific Disaster Response Fund.
Project Officer: Mohamed Asmi, Yazeen Bawa
South Asia Department
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