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One Cannot Step into the Same River Twice: Making the Kaladan Project People-Centred

By The Kaladan Movement  •  June 11, 2013

Inside_Kaladan Movement Briefer_EnglishA new report from the Kaladan Movement titled One cannot step into the same river twice: making the Kaladan Project people-centred provides an update on the progress of the Kaladan Project, and assesses the potential Project-related benefits and negative impacts for people living in the project area. It also provides an overview of the current on-the-ground impacts, focusing on the concerns and hopes of the local people, and makes a series of recommendations to the governments of Burma and India.

Download the report here.

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