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These webpages were prepared for the Rural Travel and Transport Program (RTTP) with funding from the Department for International Development (DFID), UK.

Paul Starkey prepared the text, took most of the photographs and developed the website. The ideas and opinions expressed here are those of the author. They do not necessarily represent the views of RTTP, DFID or the World Bank.

Many documents were consulted in the preparation of these pages. Although it was not practical to cite references on each webpage, these are fully acknowledged. A full list of sources and references (with some hyperlinks for free documents) is available on this web site.

Many people assisted the preparation of this work.

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  • Priyanthi Fernando and Michael Noyes of the International Forum for Rural Transport and Development (IFRTD) provided helpful suggestions.

  • Upali Pannilage, Roberta Burgess and Stephen Lawrence provided additional photographs.

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  • Monique Desthuis-Francis helped edit the pages for the World Bank website.

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