Sarvodaya and Singularity Sri Lanka Crisis Management Centre collaborated to combat the upcoming food shortage in Sri Lanka by setting up community kitchens.
Speaking to the Media on 31 May, Sarvodaya Chairman,
Dr. Vinya Ariyaratne said selected groups of people from low-income families such as pregnant women, adults over 55, and children under 15 will be provided a meal, on a weekly basis.
Founder of Singularity Sri Lanka Crisis Management Centre, Manju Nissanka said they have selected three main venues and the first project took place yesterday (1) at Abeysinharama Temple, Panchikawatta from 6:00 p.m. to
The programme will be held every Saturday in Wellampitiya and every Monday in Grandpass.
By Nabiya Vaffoor