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    Annual donation of school books and bags
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    Special leadership training programs for rural youth
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    Home for a needy family, Rambuka village
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    Supporting Dhamma schools
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    New houses for needy families in Medavachchiya district
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    New building for Mavita junior school, Neluwa
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    Donation of pottery machines for under privileged traditional pottery village of Katupotha, Mihinthale
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    Jack tree planting in newly built houses
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    Book donation at Dellava vidyalaya
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    Setting up a Children\'s ward at Hiniduma hopital, 2012 September.
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    Computer lab for Thelijjavila Dhamma school, August 2012

Development of School facilities

Under this program we have build several school buildings and other facilities at deserving schools.

  • Mavita Junior School building. A two story building with six classrooms for Mavita Junior School at a cost of US$.26000.00. Mavita is an underprivileged village, 65 km away from the main city of Galle in the foothills of Sinharaja Forest. This school is one of the oldest schools in the district and it has being neglected, mostly due to the very poor economy of this village. Most of the villages work in tea estates and get a daily wage of $.1.75.
  • Laboratory building for Gaminiwewa School in Medawachchiya at a cost of US$.6625.00.
  • Pre-school in Periyakulama village. The Jephcott Charitable Trust in UK has funded this project. Karuna Trust will run this school without charging fees from the poor children.
  • 2013 School building for Tammennakulama Junior School at a cost of LKR 1,200,000. This was funded by Karuna Trust,¬†Lanka United National Association of Canada (SLUNA) and several expat donors.