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Veenavil School renovated building was re-opened

The renovation project at Veenavil school was jointly funded by Solihull Junior School and Mr T Kanagarajah Thurairajah from Malaysia.  The renovation work started on 18 Nov and was completed by the new year.  This building was re-opened for use … Continue reading

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A documentary on Projects Completed by Assist RR in Vanni – Updated in Nov 2013

Assist RR made a documentary of the needs in Vanni and of the projects completed by them. The documentary shows the desperate living conditions of people in areas such as Mullivaikal and Mathalan, where the war ended in May 2009. … Continue reading

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Educational Development Projects by Assist RR – Nov 2013

Assist RR made visits to some schools in Mullaithivu district on 6th Nov 2013 to inspect  “after school tuition” classes supported by Assist RR and Serendip Children’s Home.  This included visits to Oddusuddan MV, Puthukudiyiruppu Central college, Mulliyawalai Vidyananda College … Continue reading

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Livelihood Support in Vanni by Assist RR – Nov 2013

Assist RR recently collected used clothes in the UK and sent to Vanni.  These clothes were distributed to the villagers in Mullivaikal, and the event took place at Chandran Pre-School, which was renovated by Assist RR.  Nearly 120 families benefited … Continue reading

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Worcester International Badminton Club raised funds to help people in Vanni

Worcester International Badminton Club conducted its annual charity fundraising event on Saturday 2nd November 2013 in Worcester. This is an annual event, which aims to support different national and international charity organisations across the globe.  Sixteen teams from across Bristol, … Continue reading

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Puthukudiyiruppu Divisional Hospital Projects by Assist RR – Nov 2013

Puthukudiyiruppu (PTK) Divisional Hospital was the last functioning hospital in Vanni before the end of the war.  This hospital was badly damaged by shelling and was forced to move to a make shift hospital.  The hospital made a request to … Continue reading

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Solihull Junior School pupils in West Midlands donated £6400 to help the innocent victims of war in Vanni, Sri Lanka

Solihull Junior School raises fund 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 agreed to raise funds for our charity’s … Continue reading

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