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Korean Government supports 24 schools to provide child friendly learning in Killinochchi, Ampara and Batticaloa districts.
With the return and resettlement of communities in the North and East after the conflict, some 17,000 children – especially the most vulnerable – require access to quality education. The Korean Government through UNICEF is supporting 24 schools



EU-UNICEF support to Sewage Treatment Plant
European Union - UNICEF supported sewage treatment plant improves the health and wellbeing of the communities in the Eastern Sri Lanka.



EU-UNICEF support to education
Children celebrate the building of 18 schools across the conflict affected Eastern region by the European Union and UNICEF



UNICEF Executive board visits Sri Lanka
UNICEF Executive Board visit to Sri Lanka



New school and hospital ward open in Sri Lanka
Education and health services in the north, received a welcome boost with the opening of a new school and maternity ward.



Australia provides new schools for children in Kilinochchi in partnership
The schools were constructed at a cost of Rupees 112million as part of a joint partnership between the Australian Government and UNICEF



Floods in eastern Sri Lanka, Photo Essay Sunday, Jan 16
UNICEF Sri Lanka assessing needs of flood victims to determine the support they need.



Building Back Better - three years on
A progress report on UNICEF Sri Lanka's reconstruction programme three years on from the tsunami




 

 

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