Written by Staff Writer
06 Dec, 2016 | 7:55 am
Today, December 6, will mark yet another landmark in the Gammadda journey, with the launch of phase 2 of the 100 Day Initiative.
Three teams from News 1st have set off to three locations in remote parts of the country to launch three community development projects which would positively impact the lives of thousands of Sri Lankans.
Today will see the construction of a bridge in Kobegane which will be launched at 9:00 in the morning.
It is the intention of Gammadda to rebuild the dilapidated bridge from Yakada Potha, Kobegane to Boralu Wewa.
The construction of a 4.5 kilometre-long electric elephant fence for the residents of Akkurana, in Kiran, Batticaloa will begin at 11:30 this morning.
The third project to be launched at 2:30 this afternoon, is the construction of a lighthouse for fishermen in Thotamuna, Matara.
For details on the initiative and how to contribute you can log on to our Facebook : page – www.facebook.com/newsfirstSL
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