Bangladesh Flood Action Plan :bFAP-15: land acquisition and resettlement study, final report

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Published by Govt. of the People"s Republic of Bangladesh, Ministry of Irrigation, Water Development, and Flood Control, Flood Plan Coordination Organization in [Dhaka] .

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  • Land use -- Bangladesh

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Other titlesFAP-15: land acquisition and resettlement study, final report
Statementprepared by HIFAB International and Multidisciplinary Action Research Centre (MARC).
ContributionsHIFAB International., Multidisciplinary Action Research Centre., Flood Plan Coordination Organization (Bangladesh), Sweden.
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LC ClassificationsHD880.6 .B36 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination176 p. :
Number of Pages176
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Open LibraryOL3337092M
LC Control Number2004327745

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