Community Development with

Project Ripple Effect

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Individuals impacted through Ripple Effect 7.0


December 2016 - January 2017


Reduced Inequalities


By 2030, empower and promote the social, economic and political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic or other status

What is ripple effect?

Project Ripple Effect was initiated with the vision of enhancing the lives of Sri Lankan underdeveloped communities. The project focuses on interactive awareness sessions in schools and universities on reducing inequalities, patient and orphanage visits and school renovations in rural areas.  

One of the major activities of Ripple Effect 7.0 was the school renovation at Damana Maha Vidyalaya, Ampara. The renovations included painting classrooms and desks, donating computers, library books and playground equipment and reconstruction of tap systems. School stationeries were provided for 290 students, shoes were provided for 23 students, school items were donated for 32 students who had financial difficulties, gift parcels were presented to 16 students who passed the scholarship exams, 04 computers were donated for the computer laboratory and 150 books and book racks were donated for the library. In addition, Mathematics seminars were conducted for O/L students. 


Apart from that, donation and recreational activities were organized for the Children at the Apeksha Hospital in Maharagama and Weekly volunteering at Sucharithodaya home in Pannipitiya to help with their daily routines. School stationery and equipment were donated to 30 students in Thibatuwagama Vidyalaya, Anuradhapura for the new school year. 

Key Activities

  • Develop English and IT literacy of primary grade students
  • Donation of computers for schools      
  • Volunteering at the national cancer hospital and donation of required items       
  • Participate in school renovation project               
  • Engage with different communities in Sri Lanka                

Key Outcomes

1 school renovated

Playground, Library, Handwashing Area, Classrooms

4 communities reached

Thibatuwagama Vidyalaya, Anuradhapura
Damana Maha Vidyalaya, Ampara
Sucharithodaya home, Polwatta, Pannipitiya
Apeksha Hospital, Maharagama

500+ items donated


320+ Students Impacted

Thibatuwagama Vidyalaya, Anuradhapura
Damana Maha Vidyalaya, Ampara


10 from AIESEC in University of Moratuwa
11 Exchange Participants from India & Singapore

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3. Signing the MoU

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4. Delivery

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5. Value Addition

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6. Closing and Continuation

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