Category Welfare Projects

13 May

Establishment of Herbal Gardens

Establishment of Herbal Gardens – 2013 The Advisory Board of the Organization decided to establish Herbal Gardens at schools with the participation of the winners of the Green Lane Program of 2013. It was initiated by Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan through the Mitsubishi Corporation of Colombo Branch.      It was significant that funds were approved under […]

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13 May

Establishment of Herbal Gardens

Establishment of Herbal Gardens – 2012 The Advisory Board of the Organization decided to establish Herbal Gardens at schools with participation of the winners of the Green Lane Program of 2012. It was initiated by Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan through Mitsubishi Corporation of Colombo Branch. It was significant that funds were approved under the “Project Estimated […]

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12 May

Green Cross Solar Park

Green Cross Solar Park – 2007 In order to reconstruct the deserted seashore after the attack of “Tsunami”, it was planned to construct a clean park with solar powered park lights. It would give the citizens of Colombo a safe place to relax even after sunset and ascertain how renewable energy works.   The project […]

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12 May

Distribution of 5000 Ebony Plants

Distribution of 5000 Ebony Plants – 2006 GCSL implemented a project on the free distribution of 5000 Ebony plants to the villagers of Mahaweli Agricultural Zone at Andarawewa Ambilipitiya in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka. This program was held on 10th March 2006 Participated by members of GCSL and a host of environmentalists headed […]

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12 May

Establishment of a library and Eco community center at Sunandopananda school at Moratuwa

Welfare Projects – 2005 Establishment of a library and Eco community center at Sunandopananda school at Moratuwa   The activity of GCSL started with the project to install a Library and Eco Community Center in a school that suffered heavy damages by the 2004 Tsunami incident.   The activities regarding the establishment of the library […]

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