Our Areas of Focus
We are dedicated to six areas of focus to improve lives, fight diseases, educate our younger generation, protect our environment and promote peace among communities
Peace & Conflict Prevention / Resolution
Rotary provides communities with the skills to resolve conflicts and prevent violence, which displace millions of people each year.
Disease Prevention & Treatment
We are committed to global health programmes for control, elimination, eradication and prevent re-emergence of infectious diseases.
Economic and Community Development
Providing vocational training, assistance in further education, guidance in self employment and perhaps material support to improve quality of life.
Basic Education and Literacy
Every child has a right for basic education and literacy. Our programmes are aimed at providing scholarships and infrastructure support for them.
Water & Sanitation
We undertake sustainable community projects to improve drinking water and the sanitation infrastructure.
Maternal and Child Health
Educating mothers in healthcare and child nutrition have helped many families to bring up their children with care and responsibility.
Announcements & News Updates
District Events, Workshops & Seminars
Rotary International District 3220 Interactive Virtual District Conference on 26th June 2012
Achievements during the last Rotary year
Providing Clean Water
Saving Mothers & Children
Helping Local Economies
Our contribution to the communities
Achievements of nearly 2000 young and old Rotarians from all districts in Sri Lanka and Maldives who shared their wealth and time for a genuine cause during the Rotary year 2018 - 2019
Completed 903 community projects
Total of 679 projects covering six areas of focus and 224 various other projects
Rs. 509,995,779 of funding amount
Through contributions from sponsor, well wishers, Rotarians & The Rotary Foundation
280,526 Rotarian volunteer hours
Dedicated time in organising, fundraising & implementing various projects
399,686 persons benefitted
106087 children below 5yrs, 233260 school children and 21978 persons over 60 yrs