1. CSL DRR- Enhancing Resilience of the Victims of the Economic Crisis in Sri Lanka
2. Intervention of Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity in reaching out to most vulnerable families affected by the present economic crisis in Sri Lanka
3. Start Network Project – Anticipatory Response to Southwest Monsoon in Southern Province of Sri Lanka
4. Emergency Relief/Response
|Skill Development Programme for Search, Rescue and Disaster Preparedness under the Project “ Enhancing Resilience of the Victims of the Economic Crisis in Sri Lanka, MISEREOR 322 900 1152 ZG “
The invited guests were thereafter welcome and proceeded to the Auditorium for the inauguration ceremony. After religious observations, Very Rev. Fr. Charles Hewawasam (Vicar General - Diocese of Galle), Rev. Fr. Luke Nelson Perera, National Director of Caritas Sri Lanka SEDEC, Mr K.P.G.Sumith (Additional GA, Hambantota) and Mr N.W. Udayakumara, Manager (Manager in charge of Tele Cinema Village) spoke on this occasion. Miss Evanjalina Sampathwaduge (Programme Officer, DRRM Unit, Caritas Sri Lanka also emphasized the value and importance of disaster management training in today’s context and requested all to participate with dedication as DRRM Unit at National Centre is always ready and well prepared to guide and assist you to proactively prepare our communities, making them more resilient and ready to face these disasters.
|Attitude Development, Leadership and Counselling Training Programme at Tissamaharama
Attitude Development, Leadership and Counselling Training Programme on Teachers for President junior School in Tissamaharama (Hambantota District ) under the Misereor DRR Project.
|Distribution of Food pack for selected 45 needy families in Ambalantota DS Division
Distribution of Food pack for selected 45 needy families in Ambalantota DS Division under Mesereor DRR Project
|Providing Education assistant for needy childrens in Sooriyawewa area on DRR Project
Programme - Formation of village level Environment youth group
|Distribution of Dry Rations, Education and Medical Assistance Under CSL DRR Plan –Enhancing the Resilience of the Victims of the Economic Crisis in Sri Lanka
|DRR - During the period from 1st June to 30th September 2022, Caritas SED Galle with the support of Caritas Sri Lanka distributed dry rations, education and medical assistance to most vulnerable communities, poor and vulnerable Parishioners in 17 parishes, elderly, disable and persons suffering from various ailments and children who needed educational assistance.
|Distribution of Family Nutrition Packs at Ambalantota DS Division and Sooriyawewa DS Division
|Anticipatory Response to Southwest Monsoon in Southern Province of Sri Lanka
This Project was a short term funded by Start Network, England. The aim of this project was to provide relief and response to damages and water disaster situation caused by Southwest monsoon in Southern Province of Sri Lanka. We selected Athuraliya and Akuressa DS Divisions in Matara District as they are the most prone DS Divisions to flood damages in Southern Province.
|Provided Medical & Education aid for 75 selected peoples at CODESEP
|This aid is especially for those who are affected by present economic crisis of the country. Among them there were 25 medical assistances for those who are affected by non-communicable diseases like Cancer, Kidney disease, heart diseases and 50 Education aids for the students from the low income families. under Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR Project)
|Distribution of 150 Dry ration packs in Weligama DS Division
|Distribution of 150 Dry ration packs in Weligama DS Division for most vulnerable and low-income families under Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR Project)
|Feeding Programme by the Sisters of Missionaries of Charity
|Caritas SED Galle recently distributed essential items including dry rations to 200 very poor and vulnerable families with the intervention of the Sisters of Missionaries of Charity. It was a loving concern shown by Sisters of Missionaries of Charity towards each and every person especially elderly and those who are in need especially affected by the present economic crisis in Sri Lanka.