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HEALTHY, SAFE AND A JOYFUL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN

September 13th, 2017

Sri Lanka, Pallewela 22 June 2015 – A beehive of delightful little girls and boys dance to traditional drums welcoming the dawn of a fresh new beginning for the small village preschool of Pallewela. Their voices reach a joyful crescendo as they sing their favourite nursery rhymes in unison to the group of parents and […]

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WHEN SOMETHING BASIC CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE

September 13th, 2017

Vavuniya, Sri Lanka, 24 July 2017 – “A toilet is something very basic, but some people can not afford one on their own, because they don’t have that much money to spare,” says J. Sumanawathi, the Sri Lanka Red Cross volunteer working in the village of Mahakachchakoduya, in the Vavuniya District. SLRC is UNICEF’s local […]

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CHANGING COURSE

September 13th, 2017

Rebuilding schools by responding to multiple challenges Vavuniya, Sri Lanka, 24 July 2017 – “The children of this area had so much to deal with, their lives were affected in many ways due to the war,” says Karthi Sabaratnam, UNICEF Education Officer. “The children needed to recover as fast as they possibly could, they could […]

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CREATING OUR OWN CHANNELS FOR CLEAN DRINKING WATER

September 13th, 2017

Mannar, Sri Lanka, 24 July 2017 – “The new water system is a blessing. Our health depends on it,” says Naslia Nilan from the village of Periya Madhu in Mannar district.  Her neighbour is somewhat more pragmatic: “People struggled and fought for this, it didn’t happen overnight.” The story of the community water supply scheme, […]

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A Police Officer Can Be a Friend

September 13th, 2017

Understanding Children and Recognizing the Needs of Childhood Police Officer Shalika Silva realized how little she knew about child protection Mannar, Sri Lanka, 24 July 2017 – Shalika Madumali Silva is a young police officer from Southern Sri Lanka working in the Northern district of Mannar.  Her posting to the Women and Child Desk at […]

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HEALTHY, SAFE AND A JOYFUL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN

September 13th, 2017

Sri Lanka, Pallewela 22 June 2015 – A beehive of delightful little girls and boys dance to traditional drums welcoming the dawn of a fresh new beginning for the small village preschool of Pallewela. Their voices reach a joyful crescendo as they sing their favourite nursery rhymes in unison to the group of parents and […]

Read More

WHEN SOMETHING BASIC CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE

September 13th, 2017

Vavuniya, Sri Lanka, 24 July 2017 – “A toilet is something very basic, but some people can not afford one on their own, because they don’t have that much money to spare,” says J. Sumanawathi, the Sri Lanka Red Cross volunteer working in the village of Mahakachchakoduya, in the Vavuniya District. SLRC is UNICEF’s local […]

Read More

CHANGING COURSE

September 13th, 2017

Rebuilding schools by responding to multiple challenges Vavuniya, Sri Lanka, 24 July 2017 – “The children of this area had so much to deal with, their lives were affected in many ways due to the war,” says Karthi Sabaratnam, UNICEF Education Officer. “The children needed to recover as fast as they possibly could, they could […]

Read More

CREATING OUR OWN CHANNELS FOR CLEAN DRINKING WATER

September 13th, 2017

Mannar, Sri Lanka, 24 July 2017 – “The new water system is a blessing. Our health depends on it,” says Naslia Nilan from the village of Periya Madhu in Mannar district.  Her neighbour is somewhat more pragmatic: “People struggled and fought for this, it didn’t happen overnight.” The story of the community water supply scheme, […]

Read More

A Police Officer Can Be a Friend

September 13th, 2017

Understanding Children and Recognizing the Needs of Childhood Police Officer Shalika Silva realized how little she knew about child protection Mannar, Sri Lanka, 24 July 2017 – Shalika Madumali Silva is a young police officer from Southern Sri Lanka working in the Northern district of Mannar.  Her posting to the Women and Child Desk at […]

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