One of Sri Lanka’s largest renewable energy (dendro power) companies – Aakash Group gave sports enthusiasts of Northern Sri Lanka a once in a lifetime opportunity to showcase their talent, during its Inaugural Northern Province T20 Cricket Tournament, the grand finale of which was held on 14 January 2018 at Urban Council Playground, Vavuniya.

Ceylinco Life recently made several donations to the Sri Lanka Police as a part of the company’s 30th anniversary celebrations.

In keeping with the company’s vision to ensure the welfare and wellbeing of employees and their family members, Crysbro recently successfully concluded another instalment of their ‘Sisu Diriya’ programme which is a CSR initiative for appreciating children of employees by distributing school supplies for the new school year and recognizing their various talents.

Ford Motor Company and its local distribution partner, Future Automobiles (Pvt) Limited, in collaboration with World Vision Sri Lanka recently launched a rainwater harvesting project in Polonnaruwa.

In celebration of Ansell’s values and to commemorate International Human Rights Day, the company celebrated ‘World Human Rights Day 2017’ for all staff recently.

Puritas a subsidiary of Haycarb PLC and a member of Hayleys Group was presented with the National Energy Globe Award Sri Lanka 2017 in recognition of its efforts to provide quality drinking water for Sri Lankans living in the areas affected by Chronic Kidney Disease (CKDu).

Jinasena (Pvt) Limited, one of the leading water management systems and solutions providers and the market leader in Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in Sri Lanka, has witnessed a surge in the demand for water purification plants in the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) affected areas of the island.

Collectively the global palm oil market’s value is projected to continue to expand from US$ 65.7 billion up to US$ 92.8 billion by the year 2021.

The on-going initiative of Commercial Bank of Ceylon to develop entrepreneurship in the Micro and SME sectors has benefitted the farmers of Kilinochchi by empowering them with information on best practices that make paddy cultivation profitable.

The recent budget proposal to allow feed millers to import maize under a special limited quota to meet the shortfall in the local supply was hailed by poultry producers as a strongly positive measure that will support greater efficiency within the domestic industry, ultimately enabling stronger international competitiveness for Sri Lankan poultry producers in the ensuing year.

Law and Order and Southern Development Minister Sagala Ratnayaka said the government's vision was to make people inheritors of 'solutions' rather than making them inheritors of problems.

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