INDELIBLE FRIENDSHIP OF SRI LANKA AND JAPAN TThe invaluable service rendered by the Green Cross Sri Lanka and Green Cross Japan to the environmental and social development of Sri Lanka has undoubtedly strengthened the indelible friendship between Japan and Sri Lanka. This article, published in the Sunday Observer newspaper on the 14th of November 2021 […]READ MORE
Successfully Completed the Tube Well of 4th Smart Water Project. The fourth water project of the Green cross-organization has launched in Lahugala, an area where difficult and low-income families live. This project will contribute to provide safe drinking water to over 500 families and improve the living environments and hygiene of the conflict affected people in Maha Oya […]READ MORE
Green Cross Sri Lanka is planning to implement the 4th Water Project by collaborating with the Embassy of Japan in the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka which provided a grant through the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) for “Project for Providing Clean Water Supply System at Lahugala of Maha Oya […]READ MORE
GREEN CROSS SRI LANKA’S MASSIVE WATER PROJECT CLEAN WATER FOR ALL Clean water is a necessity for any community, but it has taken critical importance in the Ampara District with the rising of kidney disease patients and water-borne diseases. As a measure, the Embassy of Japan in the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka […]READ MORE
Green Cross Sri Lanka was established as the 29th member of Green Cross family on 16th of September 2005 after signing the Memorandum of Understanding by Hon. Shoo Iwasaki ,President of Green Cross Japan on behalf of Green Cross International and on behalf of Sri Lanka by Dr. Jagath Seneviratne as the Charter President of Green Cross Sri Lanka, Former Lecturer in the Japanese Language unit, University of Sri Jayewardenepura.