An eye clinic for senior citizens at the Imboolpitiya Estate
The MJF Charitable Foundation worked with Helpage Sri Lanka to carry out an eye clinic at the Imboolpitiya Estate on March 23 and 24. A group of 261 senior citizens benefitted from this clinic which specially targeted Dilmah plantation workers who have retired after the completion of their tenure at the age of 55. Imboolpitiya, located in Nawalapitiya, is an estate in the Kahawatte Plantations group. The Plantation Programme is part of Dilmah founder Merrill J. Fernando's efforts to provide Dilmah plantation workers better living conditions and access to the basic amenities in life. This includes improved housing, decent sanitation facilities and access to clean water, healthcare, improved child development centres and cr
The National Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy and Other Developmental Disorders (NCCCPDD) opened its first extension in the hill capital on 23 May as part of Dilmah’s MJF Charitable Foundation’s efforts to strengthen the response to the needs of people with disabilities in the Central Province of Sri Lanka.
A Visit To National Centre For Children With Cerebral Palsy And Other Developmental Disorders
MAITS’ CEO went to visit one of our long-term partners, the National Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy and other Developmental Disorders (NCCCPDD), who we have been working with for a number of years,