“I lost everything,” Pathmananthan Arulnanthi remembers.
It was a bad time to be broke. His family was far from home – having to flee Valalai where Arulnanthi was born, they had settled in Vavuniya… Read more
If you leave home for long enough, there is nothing left standing when you come back.
For these and a hundred other reasons, communities returning home after the conflict to Sri Lanka’s North and… Read more
By now it’s evident that women are the demographic that’s almost always left out of development dialogues yet are always those who face the brunt of the effects of developmental problems. And in the… Read more
“I have achieved two out of three dreams in life. I hope to one day participate at the UN General Assembly and bring to light the importance of inclusion, accessibility and continue to work towards… Read more
Singaravel Janarthani loves to stitch. In silence, she expresses her creativity by designing and tailoring a variety of saree blouses, shalwars and bags. At 25 years, as the elder sister of two… Read more
In 2005, Sumangala Krishnapillai’s neighbour, was denied membership in a large Community Based Organization due to her low economic and social status. In late 2005, determined to stand up against… Read more
In any disaster, the relief officers, military, Police and volunteers are the first responders who are dispatched to assist victims. Possessing the right knowledge to efficiently manage and face… Read more