The Green Lane Diary Program on writing the diaries by the students of Grade V at selected schools in Colombo, Gampaha and Kalutara took place, and the Mitsubishi Corporation of Colombo Branch funded the project continuously. In addition, Mitsubishi Corporation proposed to conduct a welfare Program for selected schools of the Western province to donate Healthcare Facility.
As a decision taken by Mitsubishi Sri Lanka in 2016, St. Mari’s College at Moratuwa was selected to donate Healthcare Facility. It is a school attended by very poor students of the area without proper educational facilities. At present 96 students are studying in this primary school. Students were given 5 toilets but they could only use three toilets and the other two were completely damaged and not suitable for use. The total number of teachers was 8 and they were compelled to use a partially damaged toilet.