Landegama Vidyalaya is a remote rural school located in the Badulla district, Sri Lanka. There are 180 schoolchildren studying the GCE Ordinary Level curriculum. Due to the prevailing financial crisis in Sri Lanka, government funding has dried up for the school, and they are facing immense hardship as a result. This project will support the requirements of the school to uplift the standards and provide an all-round education, and the basic needs of the students to continue with their education
Landegama school is located 200 kilometers from the capital city, Colombo in a rural area. The government funding to the school has sharply declined due to the present financial crisis in the country. Global warming has contributed to ecological challenges making it difficult to upkeep the infrastructure. This project will provide the necessary means to 180 underprivileged children in a rural area of Sri Lanka to get a better education and to help them pursue their dreams.
Tarana foundation (TF), a non-profit organization in Sri Lanka will provide school supplies, sports, musical, and computer equipment directly to the school and the children. They will also facilitate urgently needed infrastructure enhancements. TF will oversee that donations received will be allocated appropriately to develop the school and to raise the bar of the students.
This project will provide the underprivileged children in Landegama School with an opportunity to pursue their education and other goals. Such support will help them to rise out of poverty through better education resulting in better employment opportunities that will provide for their family's socioeconomic well-being and give back to their community.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).