A one day training program on "Fundamental of Human Rights" was held on 05th June 2016 at Goldi Sands Hotel in Negombo at @ 9.00 am - 5.00pm with the participation of around 130 new members of the Human Rights Organization of Sri Lanka.
The Human Rights Organization of Sri Lanka has started organizing a programme of “Beauty Culture” for 10000 youngsters with “Chetawan Health Academy” in Bangkok City,Thailand.
And the Programme will be Held from 15th Oct 2016 to 30th Oct 2016, in Sri Lanka covering of 25 Districts.
The Executive Operational Director Prof.Jayantha Kalubowila, the Actress Ms.Damitha Aberathana who were the director of International Wemen & Children Project director of Human rights Organization & “Ru Kalana Educational Institute” Director/Deputy Operational Director of Human Rights Organization Mr.Ranjith Karunasena were participated for sign this contract with the “Chetawan Health Academy” in Thailand as the welcoming Association in Sri Lanka.
This is a Project of Self Oriented Jobs for Youngsters in Sri Lanka with Supporting to the Sri Lanka Government 1000000 Jobs Project which will be organized by Sri Lanka Human Rights Organization.
May this Vesak be a time of reflection,peace and happiness.
On May 15, 2016 a sudden and continuous downpour engulfed the entire island of Sri Lanka for more than 24 hours. Intense rainfall caused flooding and landslides in the Central, North West and Western Provinces of Sri Lanka. A low pressure system that was forming along the north-west coastline of the country swept through the island into south India with heavy rains in its wake that caused rivers and dams to overflow. The opening of sluice gates as a result of this sudden surge of rain caused massive downstream flooding in the North West and Western regions of the country.
With the rain continuing to batter many parts of the island, 12 Districts and 428,948 people are affected while 299,806 people have been displaced. Some 58 deaths have been reported so far and 132 people remain missing.
Landslide prone areas are on high alert with 4 major landslides occurring over the past 3 days. A massive landslide that occurred on Tuesday (May 17) has buried three villages in Kegalle District and the search and rescue operations continue in the area with the support of the Sri Lanka Army.
In Kelaniya, Kolonnawa and Wellampitiya (areas within a 15km distance to Colombo) overflowing rivers and canals have caused rapid and intense flooding in urban areas (flood water levels are over 6 feet). Several households have been without water and electricity for days.
The Human Rights Origanization of Sri Lanka is planning to respond to the needs emerging from the growing numbers of the affected as water levels rise due to continuous rains and open sluice gates. We plan to provide relief and recovery assistance to a target of 5,000 families in the relief phase and 3,500 families in the recovery phase.
Our goal is to ensure that children and their families affected by this disaster are protected with life-saving assistance and their dignity restored as they return home. Immediate relief will include non-food relief items, personal and community sanitation and hygiene, drinking water, child protection and education provision, and assistance in search and rescue operations. HROSL’s focus during recovery will be economic recovery, disaster risk reduction, restoration of water sources, and education. We are requesting for funds from donors and private sectors to support the recovery period. Please join with us to do the flood relief activity.
Account Name: Human Rights Origanization of Sri Lanka
Bank: Sri Lanka Pan Asia Bank
For more details, please Contact
Prof. Jayantha Kalubowila
The Director General,
The Human Right Organization of Sri Lanka,
Rev. Rex Dias Mawatha,
Gampaha district, director board meeting of Human Rights organization of Sri Lanka was held on 08th of May 2016 at Goldi Sands Hotel, Negombo. Under the leadership of Executive Administration Director General - Professor D.S.Jayantha Kalubowila.