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The Second Community Development and Livelihood Improvement project is helping support 4290 local level projects mostly lead by women to improve the stand of living for the poorest and most vulnerable members to help them become respected members of the community.
Family “I passed my A/levels in Biology but did not get sufficient marks to enter university,” said Sarojini, the eldest child of farming parents from Sri Lanka’s once poorest district division.
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She made a decision to find a job in Colombo to support the education of her younger sisters and assist her old aged parents who were subsistence farmers while earning an income sufficient to manage daily expenses.
“Today, one of my sisters is a doctor and another teacher,” she said with satisfaction of the fruits of her labor.
These differences and the exclusive policies of the Sinhala-dominated central government have led to escalating ethnic conflicts, including the current civil war in which Sri Lankan Tamil rebels are fighting for an independent nation in the northern and eastern regions of the island to be called Eelam. Sri Lanka is a small tropical island off the southern tip of India.
It has a membership of 166 village households with 99 categorized as poor and 105 women members. Membership benefits include access to village savings and credit facilities, financial advice, market linkages and many other direct and indirect benefits of belonging to an organized people’s company.Since the formation of the company, the people’s company developed a village development plan identifying development priorities following a participatory process.Implementation was carried out with joint contributions to a Village Development Fund from the Government of Sri Lanka, The International Development Agency (IDA), the concessionary lending arm of the World Bank and the communities themselves.A British woman who has been left stranded in Sri Lanka after marrying a local before he was shot dead says he only wanted her money.Diane De Zoysa, 59, says she 'gave up everything' to live with husband Priyanjana, 26, in Ahungalla, in the south west of the country - but believes he had a second wife that he kept secret from her.
In Sinhala, the language of the majority, Sri means "blessed" and Lanka is the name of the island.