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A Cataract Surgery Camp in Mullaithivu on 22/03/16

A cataract surgery camp was conducted in Mullaithivu today. This camp was funded by “Enlightenment Circle”, which is an arm of Saiva Munnetta Sangam (UK), and organised by Assist Resettlement & Renaissance (UK) in partnership with Vision 2020, Sri Lanka, … Continue reading

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Current On-Going Projects by Assist RR in Sri Lanka

This is an update on our current on-going projects in Vanni and Sampoor, Trincomalee. We also attach some photos showing the progress of these projects. 1. Puthukudiyiruppu Hospital Male Medical Ward: The construction of this male ward is nearing completion as … Continue reading

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AssistRR 2016 Annual Dinner Presentation on our Projects

The presentation given below in a Youtube link was presented at AssistRR’s 2016 Annual Dinner on 23 Jan 2016. The presentation gives details of the projects carried out by AssistRR in the North and East of Sri Lanka since its … Continue reading

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Assist RR Annual Dinner on 23 Jan 2016

Assist RR’s annual dinner took place on 23 Jan 2016 in Hayes, Middlesex, UK. The dinner was houseful and was very successful in terms of disseminating information and raising funds. The dinner raised £4350 through donations, ticket sales, raffles and … Continue reading

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Sampoor Resettlement Project – An Update

We are happy to inform that we have completed and handed over 25 temporary shelters in Sampoor, Trincomalee, and are in the process of completing another 10 shelters.  Some photos are given below to show the completed shelters. These 25 … Continue reading

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Cataract Surgery Camp funded by Solihull Junior School

Solihull Junior School in the Midlands, UK, raised nearly £8000 recently towards funding cataract surgeries in Sri Lanka through Assist RR. We are happy to inform that Assist RR had conducted a surgery camp in Ratnapura on 13 Dec 2015 … Continue reading

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Solihull Junior School Pupils Raised £7820 for Cataract Surgeries in Sri Lanka

Solihull Junior School pupils in the West Midlands, UK, raise funds for good causes every year. The school raised funds in 2009 and donated to Save the Children for the benefit of war affected children in Vavuniya. The school again … Continue reading

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