Our Projects

SEA for Dedduwa Lake Resort Tourism Development Project

Secondary Education Modernization Project-II

Service & Performance Monitoring Support System Teams for Nenasala Centres

Social Mapping of Beach Boys

Social Mapping of Drug Users

Social Mapping of Female Sex Workers

Social Mapping of Men who have Sex with Men

Social Safeguard Management Programme for Nachchaduwa Tank

Social Safeguard Management Programme for Ridiyagama Dam

Socio- Economic Baseline Survey – Batticalo

Southern Provincial Road Improvement Project (SPRIP)

Southern Transport Development Project (STDP)

Staff Training (Overseas) of TVET Sector Officer

Strengthening Non-Formal Education Programmes

Strengthening Special Education Programmes

Study of Pilot Decentralized Quality Inputs Purchase Model

Study on Characteristics of GCE A/L Qualified Youth

Study on Procurement, Utilization, Maintenance & Disposal of Equipment

Study on Socio-economic & Health Conditions in Kalutara, Galle & Matara

Study on Vulnerability to HIV/AIDS among Young People in Low Income Settlements

Study Tour for Provincial Project Managers and SEMP

Study Visit on In-Service Teacher Training and Re-Training Programmes

Survey of ICT Usage in Government

Survey on Children who have dropped out of School

Survey on Community Forestry

Survey on Goods, Equipment Supplied to Teacher Education Institutions

Survey on Post-tsunami Costal Fisheries Issues

Safety of water storage for irrigation – the Social Safeguard Management Programme for Nachchiaduwa, the Dam Safety and Water Resources Planning Project funded by the World Bank

Dam Safety and Water Resources Planning Project intend to rehabilitate 80 dams in the country, out of which 32 were considered as “high-risk” to the public safety.  Under the Social Safeguard Management Programme, the Project had identified 7 high risk dams out of the 32 to carry out a Comprehensive Social Assessment (CSA) 

This assignment was made for Nachchaduwa Tank in Anuradhapura district and it required to conduct a CSA and draw and implement livelihood risk mitigation plans in accordance with the Livelihood Support Assistance Plan (LSA), where livelihoods were likely to be affected substantially, during the rehabilitation of the dam and appurtenant structures.  This project successfully concluded in 2010