Solution to Elephant Human Conflict
The Elephant – Human Conflict is a big issue in Puttalam District in places such as Karuwalagaswewa, Tabbowa and Saliyawewa. After long investigation and with a trial at Neelabhemma by blocking the elephant path with a few Agawa Plants, we identified that the elephants does not close to this plant and changed their direction. Therefore as a first stage, we planted 300 Agawa Plants for one mile covering the elephant path at the 12th mile post by the side of the road from Puttalam to Anuradhapura. Further steps – we would grow elephant grass around all the lakes as fodder for the elephants, plant ginger around the electric fence and fruits trees for birds between the electric fence and the road.
Feeding the Hungry
Project conducted by our Central Province Secretary Rohitha Wijethilaka. Who selected 12 poorest of the poor families and distributed them Dry Rations including Rice, Dhal, Fish, Sugar, Potatoes, Onion, Flour, Coconut and many more and gave Rs.2,000/- to each of these 12 families.
Keeping Children’s at the “Childrens Home” Happy
Sebamalai Mariyamai House of Compassion is housed with 27 Children with one parent and parentless and do not have social security at home. Mannar President regularly visits them and this time there was the Birthday of one girl which was celebrated by him.
EYE SCREENING OF CHILDREN
A joint Multi Service Project organized by the Lanka Fundamental Rights Organization and the Lions Clubs of Region 3A, at Bandaranayake School, Seeduwa on 24th April 2022. Basic Eye Screening was done for the School Children and out of the 86 screened, we identified 22 children with small defects while there were two students with complicated eye issues. They were referred to an Ophthalmologist for further detail investigation and necessary follow up.
A joint Multi-Service Project organized by the Lanka Fundamental Rights Organization and the Lions Clubs of Region 3A, at Bandaranayake School, Seeduwa on 24th April 2022. 8 selected Elders from very poor families were distributed with dry rations enough for a family of three for one week.
A joint Multi Service Project organized by the Lanka Fundamental Rights Organization and the Lions Clubs of Region 3A, at Bandaranayake School, Seeduwa on 24th April 2022. Mr. Channa Bakmeewewa, an experienced Lawyer explained about basic law that is relevant to day to day activities and gave legal advice to those who needed legal advice for their issues.