Base de données Genre et le Droit à la Terre

Sri Lanka

1. Department of Census and Statistics – Sri Lanka. 2008. Statistical Abstract 2008 (available at Colombo.

2. The World Bank. 2008. Agriculture for Development – World Development Report 2008 (available at Washington DC.

3. United Nations Statistics Division. Gender Info 2007 (available at [accessed October 2009]. New York, USA.

4. IFAD. 2003. Country Strategic Opportunities Paper (COSOP): Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka (available at Executive Board – Seventy-Eighth Session, 9-10 April 2003, Rome.

5. UNESCAP. Local Government in Asia and the Pacific: A Comparative Study. Country paper: Sri Lanka ( Bangkok.

6. Asian Development Bank. 2008. The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific 2008 - Comparing Poverty Across Countries: The Role of Purchasing Power Parities (available at Manila.

7. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Human Development Indices: a statistical update 2008 (available at New York, USA.

8. United Nations Statistics Division. 2009. Millennium Development Goals Indicators (available at New York, USA.

9. FAO. Country Profile: Food Security Indicators (available at Rome.

10. Department of Census and Statistics - Ministry of Finance and Planning Sri Lanka. 2009. Poverty in Sri Lanka (available at Colombo.

11. FAO. FAOSTAT (available at Rome.

12. FAO. 2003. Women in Agriculture, Environment and Rural Production. Fact sheet Sri Lanka (available at Bangkok, FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific.

13. Asian Productivity Organization (APO). 1999. Agricultural Land Tenure System in Asia and the Pacific. Tokyo, Shueido Shiko Printing Co., Ltd.

14. The Library of Congress. 1990. Sri Lanka: a country study (available at Washington DC, USA, Federal Research Division, Library of Congress.

15. The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. The Official Website of the Government of Sri Lanka: the Constitution ( [accessed June 2009].

16. website. Family Laws – Sri Lanka (available at [accessed June 2009].

17. Convention on the Elimination of All Form of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). 2002.  CEDAW/C/LKA/3-4. Consideration of reports submitted by States parties under article 18 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. Third and fourth periodic reports of States parties. Sri Lanka (available at New York, USA.

18. FAO. FAOLEX (available at [accessed June 2009]. Rome.

19. The World Bank. 2007. Sri Lanka - Land Titling And Related Services Project. Complete Report (available at Washington DC, USA.

20. Awargal, B. 1994. A field on one’s own. Gender and land rights in South Asia. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.

21. FAO. 2006. Rural women in Sri Lanka’s post-conflict rural economy (available at by Wanasundera, L. Rome.

22. Muslim Women’s Research and Action Forum (MWRAF). Equality in the Family is necessary: Sri Lanka (available at Report submitted to Musawah. Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia, Sisters in Islam.

23. The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. The Official Website of the Government of Sri Lanka: The Ministry of Land and Land Development (available at [accessed June 2009].

24. Land Commissioner General’s Department website (available at [accessed June 2009].

25. Cadastral template. 2003. Country Report 2003. Sri Lanka (available at Melbourne, Australia, Department of Geomatics of the University of Melbourne.

26. IFAD. 2005. Empowerment of Women through Agriculture and Other Training: Experience of an NGO (available at In IFAD Workshop What Are the Innovations Challenges for Rural Development? Rome, 15-17 November 2005.

27. FAOSTAT. 2002.

Sources:  Les nombres affichés entre parenthèse (*) font référence aux sources énumérées dans la Bibliographie.