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DateLine Sunday, 23 March 2008





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Nawaloka Hospitals helps bring down 42 stranded housemaids

Nawaloka Hospitals, together with the Ministry of Social Services and Social Welfare, commemorated Women's Day at a ceremony at Kaladuwa recently.

Nawaloka Hospitals who have spearheaded a number of CSR activities in the recent past, celebrated Women's Day with a series of events which honoured and celebrated Sri Lankan women and their achievements.

Nawaloka Hospitals offered a cash donation to the Sri Lanka Employment Bureau to bring down 42 housemaids who were stranded in Kuwait, in addition to a special award to young artist Prasanna Rajapakshe for creating a new theme on Patriotism.

Several other Corporates too were involved in this program including Janashakthi Insurance who gave insurance covers to the value of Rs 250,000 to five extraordinary female personalities for their services to the country and NSB who made available five fixed deposits to the same individuals to the value of Rs 10,000 each.

Keells Super, Galadari Hotels, Sterling Flowers, Sierra Constructions and Janet Balasooriya Cosmetics were the Corporates who made valuable contributions to make this event a success.

The five personalities who qualified for the "Uthum Liya" award were Mrs Sapthala Deepakanthi Ranasinghe, Mrs Wickramanayaka Pathirannehelage Padmamala, Mrs Swarna Agnes Sirilin Wendalan and Mrs J.A. Malkanthi Dammika and Mrs Nadeeka Jeewanthi Samarakoon.

Ms Sarala Kariyawasam, internationally acclaimed child artiste received a honorary award and a cash donation of Rs. 50,000 from Mrs. Srini Dharmadasa, wife of Film Corporation chairman Jayantha Dharmadasa, while Dr Soma Edirisinghe received an honorary award for National Service for her service to the poor of this country from H.K. Dharmadasa.

Renowned jeweller Mrs Mallika Hemachandra made available 20 awards for a school dancing troupe who hail from a remote village off Ruwanwella, while Director Nawaloka Hospitals Mrs Srini Dharmadasa presented 20 awards for Dance students.


Gamin Gamata - Presidential Community & Welfare Service
Ceylinco Banyan Villas

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