By S. Umakanthan in Jaffna, Sri Lanka 15/08/2014 – Jaffna, Sri Lanka: The Sri Lanka Red Cross Post Conflict Recovery Programme (RC – PCRP) is designed to ensure that people returning to their homeland after
Review of Volunteers in Action-EN_LR
by S. Umakanthan in Mannar, Northern Sri Lanka 13/05/2014 – Mannar, Sri Lanka: 35 year’s old, a widow with children, an ailing mother to look after, no one to support and no proper house
Waking up early everyday morning, preparing food and making sure her kids are ready to go to school is something she has been doing as long as she can remember.
Mahieash Johnney – Snr. Manager of Communications in Colombo, Sri Lanka (Homepage Photo – Mukesh Singh) 19/03/2013 – Mannar, Sri Lanka – The first house under the Indian Housing (IHP) Project, with
02/10/2012 – Colombo, Sri Lanka: The 2nd phase of the Indian Housing Project aimed at constructing 43,000 houses for the returnees of the 30 year old conflict, was formally launched today in Mannar, Mullativu and Jaffna,
Blog note by IFRC Head of Delegation in Sri Lanka
Seelavathi is a woman born to a Sinhalese family in Rathnapura. Perumal is a man born to a Tamil family and have been living his life in various parts of Jaffna.
‘This is a beautiful thing,’ says Manjula Ravichandran, who took part in the program. ‘I have a great new house – and my happiness would be complete if my daughter could be found.’
A diary piece by Bob McKerrow – Head of Delegation of IFRC Sri Lanka – I left Colombo this morning at 6 a.m. and we travelled via Vavuniya, Killinochchi over Elephant Pass and down to Jaffna.