Our Tsunami Relief programs in Sri Lanka

From Trincomalee in the East to Galle in the South

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Your tsunami donations through the vihara in action with Janavijaya foundation in Sri Lanka

Construction project for the Shrine Room of Sri Dharmarathana school in Mihiripenna, Talpe

 Another housing project for a family with 6 children and their mother in Ambalangoda, Kahawa Uduwaragoda

A Janavijaya construction project for a library and the Seema Malakaya for Sri Vijayaramaya in Akurala, Ambalangoda. Tsunami has hit this place with 10 feet height of the water level and destroyed every thing except the Shrine Room.

Another self employment project in Galewela. This place is named MIHIKATHA where they will produce handy crafts such as hats, bats luggage containers made in palm leaf for the foreign market. They may need to sell their products in other countries.


A ceremony of offering food and toys for kids in the children's ward at the, Colombo General Hospital  on the June 7th, 2005.

 An event of donating food for poor in Kekirawa

A construction project for Janavijaya Pre School in Trincomalee (East Province). This is for Tamil, Sinhala & Muslim kids in the area.  

Giving hand for a self employment peoject in Trincomalee (Easten Province). Estimated cost is Rs. 1,15,000.00

This picture shows how this family lived before building a new house for them in Pamburana, Matara

Giving hand for a self employment peoject (Cement Blocks production), Ven. Indrasara thero of Samaraseeha Manthindaramaya (left), The Japanese monk Ven. Cealo (middle) and Ven. Subhuthi thero in the picture with the family

A construction project for the Janavijaya Kindegarten at the Samaraseeha Manthindaramaya, Batapola Road, Kahawa in Ambalangoda

A Self Emplyment project to produce Cement Blocks in Magalle, Galle (Southern Province)

A children's performance at the Janavijaya Pre School at the Gangaramaya in Weligama, Matara

A self employhment peoject to make Cement Blocks in Kirinda. The Director General of the Janavijaya Ven. Subhuthi and the Chief Engineer Mr. Vimalraj Galhena (right) talking to the villagers.

Ven. Cealo offering dry food for villagers at Nidangalawella, Kirinda

At a Janavijaya Emergency service center in Polhena, Matara (offering dry food, medicine and other consumer products just after the Tsunami disaster)