Livelihood restoration of selected tsunami affected community mainly women in Dickwella, Matara District

 
     
     
 
Project title: Livelihood restoration of selected tsunami affected community mainly women in Dickwella, Matara District
     
Duration: February 2006 December 2007
     
Status: Completed
     
Funded by: UNDP GEF/SGP (SRL/05/27)
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Project Area: 5 divisions (Eastern Batheegama, Southern Dikwella, Southern Waththegama, Eastern Dikwella and Eastern Dodampahala) in Dickwella, Matara District.
     
Objectives:
- Re-building lives and livelihoods of tsunami affected people.
- Building an eco-friendly attitude amongst the society and by doing so, assisting in conserving the environment.
     
Activities:
- Motivating housewives to manage their households and garden areas efficiently
- Involving them in environmental conservation
- Re-building and enhancing the capacity of organization of the society
- uplifting and enriching the health of 200 families
     
Achievements/ Results:  
     
Project photos:
   
  A kitchen built for the families  
     
   
  The energy efficient stove built in the kitchen  
     
   
  Building chimney of a kitchen  
     
   
  Live fence built surrounding a garden  
     
   
  Plants being planted in a home garden  
     
   
  A circular of green leaves  
     
   
  An agro tower  
     
   
  Equipment provided for livelihood restoration  
     
   
  Kitchen utensils, reusable bags and garbage bins provided  
     
   
  Young women during a batik making class  
     
 
     
 

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