Since October 2013, the Trust has supported this project to provide orthotic devices to the patients identified as economically vulnerable in the Jaffna District with…
Mothers, the newborns and children represent the wellbeing of a society and its potential for the future. Worldwide, over half a million women die each year from pregnancy and childbirth-related causes.
Drought has emerged as another serious and one of the latest natural challenges to hit Sri Lanka, impacting a reported 111,459 families.
This Vocational Training Centre in Mannar (the ”Centre”) seeks to provide the young people of the locality with specific skills so that they could start something on their own, be independent and look after their family.
As noted previously, it is the Trust’s ambition to support the educational aspirations of enthusiastic youngsters with a desire to be educated to the extent possible.
Along with the Institute of Medical Science, the Trust developed a Healthcare Assistant (Nurse Aid) training program at the Manipai Green Memorial Hospital.
This hostel now looks after 66 children as at 31 March 2015 and 65 children as at 31 March 2014 (95 as at the previous reporting period).