SUBA UDE provides physical, creative and emotional projects for displaced persons living in welfare camps in Sri Lanka. We focus on psychosocial needs beyond food, shelter and medicine.

Monday, April 11, 2005

New Photos!

Chamindalal, a Dondra camp resident, spackled and primed the preschools walls, and fixed the leaky roof.

Amidst the chaos of the building and rebuilding of shelter, Stephanie gets camp residents to hit a volleyball instead.

Mr. Amarasena paints outlines for the Dondra preschool mural. Through the SUBA UD In Camp Teaching program, Mr. Amarasena will be teaching weekly art classes in three I.O.M. camps. He has been teaching art for 30 years at the Matara Cultura Center and has annual national exhibits.

Sickness and Jetlag is no match for Michele Lott, Suba Ud's newest addition.

The mural begins.

Mr. Viraj leads the first music class on harmonium.Through the SUBA UD In Camp Teaching program, Mr. Viraj will be teaching weekly music classes in three I.O.M. camps.

Where there's music, there's a dance party!

Dondra camp kids make chalk drawings while puppeteers set up the stage outside.

The curtain rises on the second Suba Ud organized puppet show.

A show everyone can enjoy.

The sungoes down over another day's work.


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