Excutive Summary of the Polices and Institutional Review conducted in Sri Lanka identifies supportive factors as well as factors that hinder the achievement of national biodiversity targets. The full report of PIR discuss these aspects in detail.
Biodiversity Expenditure Review in Sri Lanka reviewed the 2010-2015 period to assess the investments made on the biodiversity sector. It revealed the government has increased investments on biodiversity by 125% during the period but still couldn't facilitate the full achievement of national biodiversity targets. Annual projected investment from the government side is approximately 7 billion LKR which is equivalent to 45 million USD.
Sri Lankan FNA estimated the additional financial requirement (assuming that the government will maintain its current level of investments for the next six years) to implement four national level action plans (including NBSAP) which contained biodiversity related outputs. Altogether Sri Lanka needs approximately 31 Billion LKR (190 million USD) within the next seven years.