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.

Friday, July 08, 2005

Rebuilding Kamburugamuwa School

At Kamburugamuwa School in Matara (the south), Michele has been wearing 2 hats- contractor and muralist.

Through her organizational prowess, the computer room now has electricity, a waterproof ceiling, secure windows, new floors and brightly painted walls! Michele has supplied the elementary school with sports and playground equipment, new books, children's shoes and healthy snacks AND she has overseen the installation of new latrines and safety fence near the future playground.

Just some examples of improvements made at Kamburugamuwa School...
































1 Comments:

Anonymous indi said...

Hello, I've been following your work for a while and I was wondering if it's possible to get an email/real interview with you for the Leisure Times.

Couldn't find an email on this site, so I'll leave this here. You can reach me via the contact form at http://indi.ca/about.

Keep up the good work.

10:21 PM

 

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