As vulnerable families around Sri Lanka grapple with the effects of the economic crisis, Manudam Mehewara has stepped in to ease their burdens.
Citizen protests began picking up steam in Sri Lanka late last year, in response to a foreign exchange crisis that led to a scarcity of domestic gas and fuel, impacting homes and transportation, and heralding sweeping power cuts.
Although the technology was introduced in the 1970s, sustainable #biogas power is yet to be harnessed. But its potential became more evident during #SriLanka’s gas shortage earlier this year.
If you have ever wired money abroad through a third-party company that is not a licensed bank or a financial institution, chances are that you’ve committed a crime.
It’s 2022, and Sign Language still isn’t a legally recognised language in Sri Lanka. How long will it take for deaf and hearing impaired people to finally have a standardised, legally-recognised language? And what do they stand to lose in the meantime?
#SignLanguageDay #SignLanguageUnitesUs #lka #SriLanka
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