Jinasena (Pvt) Limited, one of the leading water management systems and solutions providers in Sri Lanka, has launched a solar irrigation system to provide a timely boost to the country’s agriculture sector.

His Excellency the President Maithripala Sirisena ceremoniously inaugurated Tokyo Cement’s 2nd Biomass Power Plant in Trincomalee on the 5th of May, as part of a series of events held in commemoration of late Deshamanya A.Y.S. Gnanam, Founder Chairman of the company.

IPM Sri Lanka – the nation’s leader in human resources management – together with the President, OPA and Seminars & Workshops Committee successfully organized and hosted the seminar “Work-Life Balance” held at the Auditorium of the Organization of Professional Associations of Sri Lanka (OPA) on Wednesday 18th January.

Insurance is viewed as one of the many tiresome legal obligations by most Sri Lankans.

Recognizing the value of fostering access to education in rural communities, the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) recently completed a library donation project at the Diganegama Vidyalaya in Anuradhapura.

In a continuous drive to contribute to public betterment, Fashion Bug, one of Sri Lanka’s leading retail clothing chains with over 16 outlets island-wide, together with the Sri Lanka Railway Department very recently refurbished signage and direction boards at the busiest train terminal, Fort Railway Station.

Encouraging academic achievement by rewarding students who have excelled in the Grade Five scholarship and GCE Ordinary Level examinations has been an integral part of the CSR initiatives conducted by Citizens Development Business Finance PLC (CDB).

Sri Lanka’s leading telecommunication services provider, Lanka Bell has come forward as the 'Official Telecommunication Partner' of the Sports 1st Platinum Awards 2017 organised by the MTV/MBC media networks of the Capital Maharaja Organisation Limited (CMOL).

What started off as the Group’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility endeavor, “Puritas Sathdiyawara” which provides 110,000 litres (daily), of drinking water to over 25,000 people in 16 villages, in areas with high prevalence of the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in Sri Lanka’s North and North Central provinces, has now evolved into its extension ‘Going Beyond’.

The quality of life in a dozen towns and villages across Sri Lanka is looking up after the Brandix Group accelerated its ‘model village’ programme in 2016 to help communities around its factories with their water supply and sanitation needs.

Singer Sri Lanka PLC, the country’s leading brand of household and electrical appliances in its latest contribution towards the eradication of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKDu), donated a water purification plant to the rural village of Ulukkulama in the Anuradhapura District.