Akbar Brothers Partners With Trail 2016

Friday, 02 September 2016 09:54

The Akbar Brothers KAF Foundation recently announced its partnership with Trail 2016 as a as a Platinum Sponsor, at a ceremony held at their head office at Colombo 10.

The Otara Foundation is partnering with the Colombo Municipal Council to increase the tree cover within the city of Colombo with a project to plant 184 trees such as Ehela, Moodilla, Karanda, Kohomba, Takomaria and Kaha-Mara, most of which are native to Sri Lanka.

Supported by the European Union (EU), the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) partnered with Government organizations and other development partners to build awareness on environment protection issues through art by organizing a series of community participation activities in Batticaloa, Mannar and Vavuniya districts to celebrate World Environment Day 2016.

Expert financial planner NDB Wealth has opened registrations for its Private Wealth Management (PWM) Junior Masters Golf Championships 2016, the second edition of its junior golf showcase that continues to grow in importance.

Arpico Local Manufacturing and Distribution sector recently embarked on an ongoing initiative to distribute essential learning material to schools in rural areas.

The demand for the closure of the Dehiwela Zoo has gained fresh impetus with more than 15,000 people so far endorsing a call to give the animals a life they deserve, ending long years of suffering in small, filthy enclosures.

Thoroughbred horses race all over the world. Like professional athletes they travel across the globe to compete.

Singer Sri Lanka, the country’s leading consumer durable retailer, donated three CRRT (Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy) machines worth over Rs. 7.5 million under the Singer “Thirst for Life” health and wellness sustainability project, making the total number of machines donated to six units, in helping those affected by CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease).

In a bid to improve the standard of occupational health and safely in Sri Lanka, The Fibre Cement Products Manufacturers Association (FCPMA) donated a ‘SPIROMETER’, also known as a lung function testapparatus to the Faculty of Medicine at a function held at the University of Ruhuna recently.

Schools are known to accumulate tons of waste.

Children with special needs at a school in Mannar now have a classroom for themselves, thanks to the generosity of Ceylinco Life.