Two Early Childhood Development (ECD) centers were opened in Mullaitivu to mark the 70th anniversary of ChildFund Korea recently.

TAD Lanka, which was set up by visionary entrepreneurs to create investment opportunities for Japanese Investors, has partnered Round Table Sri Lanka as the official ‘Event Partner’ for the upcoming ‘World Meeting’.

An urban garden that will provide nourishment while nurturing the environment is taking shape at a school in Hanwella with support from Teejay Lanka PLC under the company’s flagship environmental project ‘Mihikathata Adaren’ (‘To Earth with Love’) with the help of volunteers of Blue Marble 6.0 representing AISEC Kandy.

Two Financial Literacy Programmes were conducted by the Commercial Bank of Ceylon in collaboration with Central Bank of Sri Lanka in Nawalapitiya recently for Green Leaf suppliers.

COMPLAST SRI LANKA 2018, the complete plastics exhibition in its 5th edition, together with its organizers Smart Expos & Fairs India Pvt Ltd, The Plastics & Rubber Institute of Sri Lanka (PRISL) was officially inaugurated by Chief Guest Minister of Industry & Commerce of Sri Lanka Hon. Rishad Bathiudeen.

The 'Top 50' Professional and Career Women Awards 2018 were celebrated recently, with remarkable women leaders from Sri Lanka recognized for their significant contributions within their corporations, communities, or livelihoods.

Würth Group makes donation to UNICEF

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Within the framework of a worldwide ride-along campaign, Würth customers were given the opportunity to purchase a limited-edition magazine screwdriver.

Tokyo Cement Group has extended their sponsorship with The Music Project for the second year.

Colombo City Running (CCR) recently completed a 10km charity run at the Colombo Port that raised Rs. 400,000 for the Army Para Athletic Association.

With the recent announcement that the much-anticipated Colombo Light Rail Transit (LRT) project is all set to proceed with Phase 1 following the green light from government ministries, there has been widespread speculation on its effect on the price of property within close proximity to the line.

Sri Lanka has over the years built high-quality primary health care systems, which has been recognised and praised by former Microsoft CEO, Bill Gates, at a recently concluded Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting.