Written by Nathasha De Alwis
07 Dec, 2017 | 7:43 pm
Committed to support the rural communities in Sri Lanka, another phase of the Gammadda 1000 projects initiative began in Matara today, December 07.
The lack of proper sanitary facilities at the Uda-aparakka Junior School in Matara, has made going to school an unpleasant experience for students.
To make matters worse, the school does not even have a functioning water supply system.
With the plight of the Uda-aparakka Junior School brought to the attention of News1st Gammadda, action was taken to provide the necessary sanitary facilities.
The foundation stone was laid for the establishment of new sanitary facilities and a water supply system at the school today, December 07.
This is an initiative of the Gammadda team led by Saman Wijeratne.
These facilities which are a dire need for the children of the Uda-aparakka Junior School in Matara, will be completed soon.
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