BANGLADESH WATER SECTOR NETWORK STUDY
Bangladesh’s ecological sustainability and economic development is dependent on a number of critical factors. Due to the country’s riverine nature with water flowing downstream, it faces a number of challenges: starting from flooding during monsoon season (44,000 metre Cubic feet per second flowing through Ganges) to experiencing drought during off-season (10,738 cubic feet per second). Although much of this variance is due to environment reasons, man-made barriers hindering natural water flow from neighboring country are also contributory factors.
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