This #WorldFoodDay we’re featuring three #FoodHeroes in #SriLanka Nishanthi, Sriyani and Jayalath demonstrate that with a little support, better production, better nutrition, and a better environment are possible.
In episode one of our brand new series #StrongFoundations, Sade Greenwood takes us into a remote village in #Anuradhapura where the #TokyoCement Group is conducting a life-saving project to end decades of suffering from a severe lack of clean drinking water.
Every year, coronary heart disease kills more people than any other non-communicable disease, both in Sri Lanka and around the world.
When it comes to sports, all those involved — athletes, sponsors and spectators — tend to focus largely on the physical aspects, with mental health taking a backseat. Yet, this is an issue of increasing concern. According to a 2019 consensus statement released by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), up to 35% of elite athletes are affected by some form of mental health issue at some point in their careers.
Chances are that you know someone who has gone through a miscarriage or the loss of an infant. But the lack of awareness on the subject is startling
“The main challenge with [testing for HIV] is that people are sure it does not apply to them. But what they don’t realise is, it’s not just about them being safe. It’s about helping fight the stigma — it’s about something greater.”
In a span of five years, the 1990 Suwa Seriya ambulance service has saved countless lives. The emergency service receives over 5000 calls per day, and encounters over 1000 incidents each day.
Colombo’s skyline has witnessed a rapid increase in skyscrapers over the recent years, with luxurious shopping complexes, high-end hotels and restaurants coming together to make the city an urban metropolis offering a multitude of experiences.
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