“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give” - Winston Churchill

Mega Pharma (Pvt) Ltd was incorporated in June 1995 as a Private Limited Liability Company. The company typically imports and markets high quality pharmaceuticals from around the globe. As a leading marketer, Mega Pharma has grown to become a progressive, specialized pharmaceutical company engaged in promoting prescription pharmaceutical products and high-tech medical devices. Mega Pharma enjoys an unblemished reputation built over 25 years for its high ethical standards practiced in sales, marketing, and distribution.

With a vision to be the role model in the healthcare industry in Sri Lanka, Mega Pharma (Pvt) Ltd sources quality pharmaceutical and medical technology from around the globe to strengthen the healing hands of Sri Lanka. It is an organization which believes in a number of fundamental values, which create a unique environment within the organization and its individual conduct. It is an organization which is involved in the ethical promotion of prescription medicine and innovative medical equipment and devices to the medical fraternity of Sri Lanka. It claims high credibility among its contemporaries for the contribution to the upliftment of medical knowledge through participation in the educational activities for the ultimate benefit of Sri Lankan society​. 


Heal A Nation 13.0  is a project which was initiated by AIESEC in University of Moratuwa with the aim of enhancing public awareness on non-communicable diseases, sexually transmitted diseases and mental health together with the goal of decreasing the number of people suffering from non-communicable diseases through providing facilities to hospitals.  Target audience  of the project was youth from 10  to 25 years old including school students and university students. 

The Heal A Nation organizing committee was able to host their first webinar on the 28th of March on the topic of “An uncut Introduction – Awareness on Sexual health and Gender equality”. With the purpose of healing the nation, the committee was able to set up a sickroom facility and conduct an awareness session on Covid-19 in Nadugala Maha Vidyalaya, Matara on the 29th of March.  Two blood donation camps were held at Matara and Kandy on 30th of March and 23rd of April, respectively.  The second webinar of the Heal A Nation event series was held on April 18th on the topic of “Living with the Pandemic”. 

A flyer design competition to raise awareness on autism was held from April 18th to May 8th with the fulfilment of creativity and awareness of university undergraduates. On April 22nd an awareness session on mental health in Mawilmada Maha vidyalaya, Kandy was organized marking the final stage of action towards healing the nation. The final webinar of the event lineup was held on May 9th “Wellness Sri Lanka : Let’s get to know on NCDs and COVID-19”.

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