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Mullaitivu District

Mullaitivu District is one of the newly created Districts in Sri Lanka in 1979, which was covered by Mannar, Trincomalee and Vavuniya Districts. This District occupies the Eastern part of the main land of Northern Province.

Mullaitivu District has Kilinochchi district on its Northern border, Trincomalee district and Vavuniya district and part of the Mannar district in the south, Mannar district in the West and the sea in the East. It covers land area approximately 2516.9 sq. Km (including forest area excluding large inland water). This District accounts for 3.8% of the country&rs ...

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Mullaitivu District is one of the newly created Districts in Sri Lanka in 1979, which was covered by Mannar, Trincomalee and Vavuniya Districts. This District occupies the Eastern part of the main land of Northern Province.

Mullaitivu District has Kilinochchi district on its Northern border, Trincomalee district and Vavuniya district and part of the Mannar district in the south, Mannar district in the West and the sea in the East. It covers land area approximately 2516.9 sq. Km (including forest area excluding large inland water). This District accounts for 3.8% of the country’s total area.

The physical feature of Mullaitivu District is flat land, generally sloping to the East and North, in the Western part, towards West and South. This district has 70km of coastal belt and four lagoons viz Kokkulai, Nayaru, Nanthikadal and Mathalan with high potentials for prawn culture. The evaluation varies from sea level to 36.5 meters. Major soil groups are reddish brown earth and red yellow lato soils which are suitable for cultivation.

This District consists of different Eco-Systems such as forest land, shrub land, Coconut plantation, Agriculture land and water bodies etc. Total land area (Including forest area and excluding large inland water bodies) is 251,690 hectares. Approximately 167,850 hectares which is 64.1% of the total land area consists of forest, agriculture covers nearly 44,040 hectares (16.9%), range land accounts for 13,650 hectares (5.2%) another 26,150 hectares constitutes of water and homestead and build up land accounts for 5.1%.


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