The Association of Private Hospitals and Nursing Homes (APHNH) in a statement to media said they are fully committed to and will continue to be a contributing force to the healthcare services in the country, in this critical time of the coronavirus pandemic.

With the country facing many challenges during these unprecedented times as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to expand, Omega Line Group which operates under the flagship of Italy-based Calzedonia S.p.A has stepped in to donate 400,000 safety masks to frontline healthcare workers in the fight against the infectious disease.

The financial donations were made to strengthen the COVID-19 Healthcare and Social Security Fund, by the People’s Bank Group and the People’s Bank Pensioners Association at the President’s Office on 31st of March 2020.

Sakya Kingdom, dedicated to promote the vision of Buddhism globally and planned to be the largest temple of wellness and Buddhist communication centre in Asia is situated in Kahapola, Piliyandala.

During this time of crisis in our land, as well as globally, Sri Lanka’s apparel sector has taken up arms to equip our brave healthcare workers with the appropriate clothing as they serve in the frontlines of our battle against COVID-19.

When Hatch opened in 2018, it quickly became a hub for innovators.

Working in strict alignment with guidelines set by health officials to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hayleys Plantations sector initiated several measures to ensure that the daily needs of all its employees were met, while rolling out a set of strict health and safety regulations to be followed in the field, factories and estate premises.

ikman, Sri Lanka’s largest online marketplace is supporting the much-awaited annual Royal-Thomian Cricket Encounter 2020 as the official e-commerce partner.

CBL Samaposha, proud sponsors of the Under 14 Inter School Football Championship for the 11th consecutive year held the award ceremony on the 11th of March at Race Course International Grounds.

Sri Lanka Navy which is shouldering the national effort of controlling the spread of coronavirus in the island, prepared two holiday bungalows located at Mihitale and Oyamaduwa as quarantine centres, on 29th March 2020.

In an effort to raise awareness on Cancer, Airtel Lanka held a Cancer Awareness Week for employees in commemoration of World Cancer Day 2020. According to the World Cancer Day initiative, 9.6 million people die of cancer every year.