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In the Mannar district, we implement economic, social and environmental projects to address the most pressing issues facing village communities and to prepare them for the challenges of the future.
Building 1000-Member self-sustaining Communities

In the Mannar district, we implement economic, social and environmental projects to address the most pressing issues facing village communities and to prepare them for the challenges of the future. From the ground up, we are collaborating with the village members to establish a governing body and a community fund that are used to finance…

පාරිසරික කෘෂිකර්මාන්තය (Agroecology) පිළිබඳ සජීවී අන්තර්ජාල වෙබිනාර් මාලාවක්

රෙනෝයිසන්ස් ශ්‍රී ලංකා, මොන්ලාර් සහ ග්‍රීන්ෆෙම් සංවිධාන කාබනික ගොවිතැනේ ලාංකීය මාදිලිය පිළිබඳ සජීවී අන්තර්ජාල වෙබිනාර් සාකච්ජා මාලාවක් දියත් කරයි.

Renaissance Sri Lanka, MONLAR and Greenfem, launch a live webinar series on building a Sri Lankan model of organic farming

Renaissance Sri Lanka, MONLAR and Greenfem are launching a live webinar series on agroecology. Hosted via Renaissance Sri Lanka’s “Kumbuk” online networking platform, the series will run every Saturday, from 8 October to 30 October, from 6.00pm to 7.30pm IST (GMT+5:30). It will highlight the importance of organic farming with the aim of contributing to a people-friendly true green revolution in Sri Lanka. 

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How Fair Trade may be a Solution to the Microcredit Problem in Sri Lanka

The microfinance concept of Nobel laureate Mohammed Yunus has vastly deviated now from its original aims, as 2.8 million Sri Lankans are caught in the microcredit trap. The Sri Lankan National Conference Against the Microcredit Disaster seems to address the problem directly. The recommendations imagine a robust alternative model via fair trade that includes uplifting…

Renaissance Sri Lanka embraces Diversity and respects Differences © Divine Effiong Unsplash
Embracing Diversity and Respecting Differences at Renaissance Sri Lanka

Claude Lévi-Strauss, a renowned anthropologist, signed a remarkable account, Race and History, which brilliantly summarizes some fundamental key factors Renaissance Sri Lanka is built on: the intimate power of diversity and the meaningful importance of inclusion, under the form of coalition with other different human societies; accepting rather than fighting diversity, is the first step to reconcile ordinary differences…

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